'National Geographic' Highlights Its Best Photos of 2017

A total of 57 images captured from around the world.

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National Geographic has unveiled this year’s best list of images spanning portrait, nature and urban, as well as aerial photography. A total of 57 photos have been chosen from the company’s extensive archive for the year. More precisely, the highlights were “curated from 88 photographers, 112 stories, and nearly 2 million photographs,” National Geographic stated. One photo portrays a beekeeper ascending a 100-foot bamboo ladder in Nepal to retrieve honey. Another example shows a Belize tourist’s close encounter with a massive gray whale.

View select photos above and head over to National Geographic’s official website to see more photos and the intimate stories that accompany them.

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