National Geographic Kids has just announced the winners of the International Photography Contest for Kids, their annual photo competition for kids, ages 6-14, from around the world.
For complete contest information visit the National Geographic International Photography Contest for Kids at natgeokids.com/photo-contest.
High in the mountains of Japan, 10,000 gates lie still, just waiting to be explored.
Take a peek through this archway into the beautiful southern Bohemian town of Cesky Krumlov located in the Czech Republic. Once there, you can meander throughout this medieval town over the cobblestones, bridges, and see the unique buildings.
This is a photo of a mother prairie dog greeting its young pup with a kiss. It was taken in Custer State Park this spring.
I went to a summer camp in North Carolina where I got scuba certified. In one lake I went diving in, Fantasy Lake, there were many everyday things under the water, such as a basketball court complete with 14-pound bowling balls that felt like basketballs while underwater. I captured this shot right as my friend dunked the ball into the basket as the sun blazed down into the water.
We were at the Woodland Park Zoo this summer and there were many birds. I got this pic while he/she was fluttering into his/her nest.
This photo was taken right after she jumped off a wooden ledge.
Napping on the beach, I opened my eyes to this colorful parade of camels on Galu Beach in Kenya.