This magazine has collaborated with outstanding photographers.
The first issue of National Geographic magazine was published in 1888. Since then he has acquired more than 60 million readers worldwide, a private TV channel and the website. The publication of the magazine are invariably accompanied by unique photographs, many of which win awards at prestigious competitions.
We offer you a selection of the best photographs published in the magazine for all time of its existence. A few of them below:
This photo in 1906 did George Shiras, the first who began to shoot wildlife at night. Shown here is a demonstration on lake Michigan of his new enhancements: supports for the camera with a raised lantern and flash
In 1913, Peru Hiram Bingham III climbed the highest mountain to the top to photograph Machu Picchu. Studies of this mythical city of the ancient Inca civilization Bingham worked from 1912 to 1915
Rider throws a coin in the Parking lot, which is going to leave his pony, 1939, Texas
This is probably the most famous photo from National Geographic. Steve Mac-Kari photographed Afghan girl in a refugee camp in Pakistan in 1984. No one’s seen in the picture nothing special, until one publisher almost accidentally pulled it out of the pack and not put on the cover of the June issue 1985
A chimpanzee named Lou-Lou pulls a paw to Dr. Jane Goodall, the zoo Republic of the Congo, 1990-ies
The camels are looking for food and water in southern Kuwait, while above them hung black clouds from the burning oil. Shot by Steve McCurry in 1991, during the Gulf war
An angry mob protesting against the high price of food at the tent selling bread in Giza (Egypt). The photo was taken in 2008, in the background stands the Great pyramid
Two Israeli girls at the Dead sea. The picture was taken in 2009
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