Winners National Geographic Travel Taken at Cloud Break at an outer reef in Fiji, a surfer duck dives his board to clear the rolling waves of the raw ocean. (Photo and caption by Lucia Griggi/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)
Climber John "Razor Sharp" Benson weaves through skin-ripping pinnacles. In Malagasy, the formations are called tsingy, meaning "where one cannot walk barefoot." The terrain resists intrusions from hunters, hungry cattle, and wildfires.
The 'Thank God Ledge' Yosemite National Park, California, USA. I thank God all the time , not sure I would be thanking him for this experience……I'd be joining him, maybe that's why it's a thank God ledge?