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Breathtaking Winning Photos of The SkyPixel’s 6th Anniversary Aerial Photo & Video Contest

Here are the 2020’s winners of SkyPixel’s Aerial Storytelling Contest. SkyPixel was founded in 2014 and currently, there are six million members in their community. This year is the 6th Anniversary of the Aerial Photo & Video Contest. There are more than 26,000 submissions received from 136 countries for categories including Travel, Sports, Nature, Architecture, and Portrait. This year’s annual award was won by Karim Iliya for his photograph “Humpback Breach”, Congratulations to all the winners.

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Annual Award: ‘Humpback Breach’ by Karim Iliya

Humpback whales breach for a variety of reasons including communication, fighting, barnacle and parasite removal, waking up, playing and more. For humpback whales calves like this one, playing is an important way to build muscles and prepare for the long journey to Antarctica.

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First Prize: Photo By Xi Xiaoyuan

First Prize: Bulls Eye By Ilanna Emily

First Prize: Where the muddy river meets the ocean By Joao Galamba

Second Prize: Winter Soldiers By Rafid007

Second Prize: Dead Sea Kayak Exploration By Ido Meirovich

Second Prize: Live With The Environment By Amdad Hossain

Third Prize: Astroturf By Mehmetaslan

First Prize: Number 9 By Superdog

First Prize: Kingsize By Grzegorz Tatar

Second Prize: Double Trouble By Prithvi B

Second Prize: Crossline By Andrii Chuiashenko

Third Prize: Photo By 静言

Third Prize: Photo By 1012 陈靖文

Third Prize: Walking among the lotuses By Walking among the lotuses

Third Prize: Freshhhhh!!! By Luca Cornago

Nominated Entry: Saturnia By Stefano Geraci

Nominated Entry: Waterfall By SHhhAnWN

Nominated Entry: Boon to Bane! – The 300 acres of dumpyard by Boon to Bane! – The 300 acres of dumpyard

People’s Choice Prize: Snowy Winter by dji_korica

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