Second Place: Gravel Workmen by Faisal Azim "This gravel-crush working place remains full of dust and sand. Three gravel workmen are looking through the window glass at their working place." The photo was taken in Chittagong, Bangladesh.

"Photo and caption by Anuar Patjane Floriuk/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Diving with a humpback whale and her newborn calf while they cruise around Roca Partida . in the Revillagigedo [Islands], Mexico.

Third place: (Camel Ardah) As it called in Oman, its one of the traditional styles of camel racing between two camels controlled by expert men, the faster camel is the loser one, so they must be running by the same speed level in the same track

Catching a Duck Two boys are trying to catch a duck at the stream of the waterfall. Photo and caption by Sarah Wouters / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

A Night at Deadvlei Photograph by Beth McCarley, National Geographic Your Shot Picture of sand dunes and camelthorn trees in Deadvlei, Namibia

Kushti is the traditional form of Indian wrestling. Wearing only a well-adjusted loincloth (langot), wrestlers (Pelwhans) enter a pit made of clay, often mixed with salt, lemon and ghee (clarified butter). At the end.

2015 - Bart Omiej Jurecki - Traditional haymaking in Poland. Many people continue to use the scythe and pitchfork to cut and sort the hay.

The night before this photo, we tried all day to get a good photo of the endangered white rhino. Skulking through the grass carefully, trying to stay 30 feet away to be safe, didn’t provide me the.

A sauna at meters high in the heart of Dolomites.See more: 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Photo: Stefano Zardini, National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest / Stefano Zardini