National Geographic selected the best photo 2015
• National Geographic has chosen the best picture in 2015
National Geographic has published a selection of the most striking pictures of the outgoing year, calling it "The Pictures We Loved in 2015" ( "The photos that we liked in 2015"). All images were selected editorial boards National Geographic, Traveler, News, Your Shot and Proof.
The fox hid in the yellow leaves.
A nun prays, Poland.
A resident of Kazakhstan in the bath.
12-year-old boy is sitting alone in the hall, which has just held a lecture on protection against Ebola. The disease has destroyed the whole family boy.
The first day of the goddess Kumari.
The festival in Saratoga Springs, home of the horse race, and where people can choose the clothes of any era.
Brent Sass is preparing the dog to a trip to Alaska.
The grandmother and grandson.
Actress in Nigeria.
Exhausted Photographer (left) and his friend sitting by the fire after an avalanche.
Cleaner in one of Chicago hotels.
Catalina, 17 years. Being abandoned by their parents, she lived for some time in an orphanage, and then moved to the slums of Bucharest, where he lived for the past 5 years.
Ginny Mooney calms his adopted daughter. The child behavioral and cognitive deficits, which have become part of the result of inadequate care in an orphanage in Ukraine.
Parade 1990 in New Orleans, the photo was almost completely destroyed during Hurricane Katrina, but it was able to partially recover.
The seller of clothes is reflected in a mirror, Italy.