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National Geographic reveals stunning winners of its 2012 Photo Contest The 24th annual photo contest received more than 12,000 images from 6,615 photographers in 152 countries around the globe Here are the stunning images which have been announced as the winners of the 2012 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. The 24th annual photo contest received more than 12,000 images from 6,615 photographers in 152 countries around the globe. The first place prize went to Cédric Houin from Brooklyn, New York whose winning photo, “Butterfly,” captures a Kyrgyz woman and her daughter sewing with an old-fashioned-looking machine in a remote region of Afghanistan. Judge Alexandra Avakian described the image as "striking" saying that it gives people looking at the photo "visual satisfaction of something that goes against cliché".
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