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    "Marrakech Traveler" by John Barnhardt. National Geographic Traveler Magazine: 2012 Photo Contest

  • Joris-Jan van den Boom

    National Geographic Traveler Magazine: 2012 Photo Contest - The Big Picture - - SPONTANEOUS MOMENTS - Marrakech Traveler: It was mid-morning and he must have wanted to ride into the light. I was shooting for the ABC TV show Born to Explore when I snapped this photo. (John Barnhardt/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

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As a kid I was always curious to know where we were going. On a recent trip on a train early morning I was taking some photos and there was this kid. He was peeping back every now and then and every time the train stopped he was looking at the boards. Once he saw the camera in my hand, he got curious but was not waiting for me to click.National Geographic Traveler

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SPONTANEOUS MOMENTS - Window Washers: All of the sudden I looked up and there were four window washers way high up on the adjacent skyscraper. I grabbed my camera and started shooting. To get an interesting angle, I went under the glass awning and shot upward. (Amy Sacka/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

“Innocence and Icon”. The classic American car has become a symbol and staple throughout Cuba. In the back streets of Havana, one who has yet to learn of the country’s history, shows her innocence at play. (Photo and caption by Eric Kruszewski/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

Hello World by Fabien Bravin/ National Geographic Photo Contest via A tiny mantis larva in an American poppy. #Photography #Mantis

Would love to have an outside room like this Moroccan inspired area. My favorite part about the room is that there is natural sunlight and it is not completely closed in. Reminds me of my stay at a Riad in Marrakech.

Split: The ancient Old Town of Split (Croatia) in February 2012 during the heaviest snowfall in its recorded history. (Nenad Saljic/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

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