National Geographic Compiles Their Best Images of 2017

Alors que l’année se termine, le National Geographic a compilé une liste de ses meilleures images de 2017. Sur près de 2 millions de photographies, le magazine a sélectionné les 57 les plus représentatives, sélectionnées par 88 photographes parmi 112 reportages. Vous pouvez vous rendre sur le site officiel pour voir la liste complète, mais en attendant, en voici un aperçu.


Originally published in « For Widows, Life After Loss, » February 2017. © Amy Toensing, National Geographic


Originally published in « Inside the Hidden World of Jaguars, » December 2017. © Steve Winter, National Geographic


Originally published in, « They Migrate 800 Miles a Year. Now It’s Getting Tougher., » October 2017. © Evgenia Arbugaeva, National Geographic


Originally published in « Why It’s Important to Save Our Seas’ Pristine Places, » February 2017. © Brian Skerry, National Geographic


Originally published in « How Fireflies Are Keeping This Tiny Mexican Town Alive, » August 2017. © Kirsten Luce, National Geographic


Originally published in « How the U.S. Triggered a Massacre in Mexico, » July 2017. © Kirsten Luce, National Geographic


Originally published in « Inside the Hidden Dangers of Life Without Toilets, » October 2017. © Andrea Bruce, National Geographic


Originally published in « Deepest Dive Ever Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World, » July 2017. © Laurent Ballesta, National Geographic


Originally published in « The Last Death-Defying Honey Hunter of Nepal, » July 2017. © Renan Ozturk, National Geographic


Originally published in « Korea’s Heavily Armed Border Is Packed With Tourists, » November 2017. © David Guttenfelder


Originally published in, »How Africa’s Tech Generation Is Changing the Continent, » Decemer 2017. © Ciril Jazbec, National Geographic


Originally published in « The Many Ways Society Makes a Man, » January 2017. © Pete Muller, National Geographic


Originally published in « Unlocking the Secrets Behind the Hummingbird’s Frenzy, » July 2017. © Anand Varma, National Geographic


Originally published in « Without a Home, and Without Hope, » August 2017. © William Daniels, National Geographic


Originally published in « Baja California’s Recipe for Saving Fishing Communities, » September 2017. © Thomas P. Peschak, National Geographic
















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