Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

• Photos from the contest National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

The reception of works on competition 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer in full swing. Travel Photography from all over the world submit their work in three categories - "People", "Places" and "Nature". winner will be selected in each category, who will receive 10 thousand dollars, as well as the honorary title of "Photographer of the Year." But so far only one thing is clear: this year the jury will be difficult to choose the best of the best, as photographers have already sent a lot of great shots, and over the next 5 weeks of talented work will only increase.

We offer you the top ten photos submitted to the contest this year in the category "People".

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018 Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Tribute to Marilyn." Tihomir Trichkov (Tihomir Trichkov)

The photographer saw this scene while traveling in India. At first, his imagination drew pictures of battle, the smell of gunpowder, the sound of gunfire and the screams of the wounded, but a sudden gust of wind radically changed the picture, holding up the hems of their white robes, and moved the photographer to famous movie scenes with a sensual blonde.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"The girl who leapt through time". Daniel Chong (Daniel Cheung)

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Rust and sweat." Mauro de Betty (Mauro De Bettio) Char Kaligandzh - slum in Bangladesh, which is one of the largest shipyards in Asia. The houses here are made of rusted skeletons of ships and shipyard 15 thousand people from dawn to dusk dismantle old ships. Age of local workers ranges from 8 to 80 years, and all of them are working shoulder to shoulder. The work here is hard, dirty and dangerous, but only thanks to this place thousands of people get jobs and be able to feed their families.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"One on One". Jeremy Lasky (Jeremy Lasky)

Teenagers playing basketball after school in one of the districts of Havana.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"jumping over a puddle." Yusuf Tushar (Yousuf Tushar)

Boy on the beach in the fishing village of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh - one of the poorest and most overpopulated countries. In this village of more than 5000 families of dried fish to eat. Childhood is very different from what used to average European. The main attraction of local children - running along the beach.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Tibetan iMonahi". Mattia Passarino (Mattia Passarini)

Tibetan monks during the weekly prayer in the Tashilhunpo Monastery. This monastery in the Tsang province was founded in 1447 by the first Dalai Lama. Now it is home to about 2,000 monks.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Freedom". Adrian Williams (Aidan Williams)

Australian photographer captured a great moment: Andrew Carr from the group of Western Riders overcome the dangerous path on tightrope over the cold ocean in Portugal.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Dry skin". Erberto Zani (Erberto Zani)

Woman working on the street in a suburb of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. Later, these pieces of skin become wallets, belts, footwear, and will be sold worldwide.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Bright people". Guha Majumdar sump (Sampa Guha Majumdar)

One of the local variations of the world-famous festival of Holi - Holi March Lat. It takes place long before this Holi in Barsana and Nandgaon villages near the city of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. Every year it is attended by thousands of Hindus and tourists.

Photos from the competition National Geographic Travel Photographer 2018

"Dancing on high". Elisabeth Domitien Speedwell (Veronica Domit)

This frame was made in the village of the indigenous peoples of Mexico: the traditional ceremony of "Flying", which is the relationship between man and Mother Nature. She goes once a year, and the goal she had only one: ask the nature of this year's rain, up to an abundant harvest.