The 20 Best National Geographic Photos of 2015

When it comes to photography competitions, National Geographic is up there with the most prestigious. Because of this millions of talented photographers, both professional and amateur, upload their photos in the hope of being featured in National Geographic’s popular ‘Photo of the Day’ series.

As a way to celebrate the end of 2015 and all of the amazing photos that have been featured this year they’ve put together the 20 most liked photos, all of which have an amazing story to tell. You can find more about the photos you see below by visiting

1. Imperial Blossoms, Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan

Yukio Miki

2. Hull-o, Bonnaire island, Carribean

Marc Henauer

3. Shining Through, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Bayfield, Wisconsin

Ernie Vater

4. Dancing With The Moon, Iceland

Andrew George

5. Fox Found, Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy

Stefano Unterthiner

6. All The Fish In The Sea, Cabo Pulmo Marine Park, Mexico

Alex Hester

7. The Village, Sződliget, Hungary

Gabor Dvornik

8. Bird Feeders, Xingping, Guanxi province, China

Abderazak Tissoukai

9. Bioluminous Larak, Larak Island, Iran

Pooyan Shadpoor

10. Big Baby, Tonga

Karim Iliya

11. Falls In Autumn, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

Vedrana Tafra

12. Mother of the Forest, Africa

Marsel Van Oosten

13. Kit Friendly, Estonia

Kalmer Lehepuu

14. Who’s There?, India

Ciezary Wyszynski

15. Cracking The Surface, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia

Alexey Trofimov

16. Something’s Fishy, British Columbia, Canada

Ian Mcallister

17. Against the Wind, Quebec City, Canada

Dominic Roy

18. Yellow Jellies, Jellyfish Lake, Eil Malk, Palau

Ciemon Frank Caballes

19. Winter White, Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy

Stephano Unterthiner

20. When Penguins Attack, Casey Station, Antarctica

Clinton Berry


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