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[PHOTOS] Croatia Among National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015

‘Falls in Autumn’, by Vedrana Tafra

‘Falls in Autumn’, by Vedrana Tafra

World-renowned National Geographic magazine have included a photo of Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes in its Top 20 Photos of 2015…

‘Falls in Autumn’, by Vedrana Tafra, who captured the beauty of Croatia’s famous Plitvice Lakes in autumn, has made the cut of the year’s top photos, and there were some fairly amazing photos taken this year.

The Top 20 photos of 2015 were taken from National Geographic’s ‘Photo of the Day’ feature.

“Each day, we bring you one photo from around National Geographic that fits our criteria for Photo of the Day – sometimes classic, sometimes quirky, always an image with a story to tell. For this year’s roundup, we looked at shares, likes, and comments from the social sphere to see which ones resonated most with you, explained National Geographic.

Here were some other photos which Vedrana Tafra’s effort was in the company of.

Cracking The Surface, Lake Baikal – Alexey Trofimov


Who’s there? – Cezary Wyszynsk


The Village, Hungary – Gabor Dvornik


When Penguins Attack, Antarctica – Sea Berry


Shining Through, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Wisconsin – Ernie Vater


Yellow Jellies, Rock Islands Of Palau – Ciemon Frank Caballes


All The Fish In The Sea, Cabo Pulmo – Alex Hester



Against The Wind, Canada – Dominic Roy


Something’s Fishy, British Columbia Coast, Canada – Ian McAllister


Mother Of The Forest, Madagascar – Marcel van Oosten


Bioluminous Larak, Iran – Pooyan Shadpoor



Dancing With The Moon, Iceland – Andrew George


Fox Found, Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy – Stephano Unterthiner


Winter White, Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy


Big Baby, Tonga – Karim Iliya


Big Bird feeders, China – Abderazak Tissoukai


Kit Friendly, Estonia – Kalmer Lehepuu

Imperial Blossoms – Yukio Miki

Hull-o, Caribbean Island Of Bonaire – Marc Henauer




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