The Best Photos From Sony’s 2017 World Photography Contest.
#11. Asger Ladefoged of Denmark submitted this photo under the Professional, Daily Life category.
And it literally proves that boys will be boys. This is what happens when 28 school kids from a sixth grade class from the Copenhagen school, Oster Farimagsgade meet controversial Danish therapist Carl-Mar Moller and are encouraged to play freely without rules.
#12. Francesco Russo of Italy submitted this flowering photo for the Open Competition, Nature category.
Shot in the Sibillini Mountains National Park in Italy, this flowery landscape is absolutely dreamy. It's almost like it was captured from the original "Wizard of Oz" film with Judy Garland. Who knew something this beautiful actually existed in the real world?
#13. Maximilian Conrad of Germany captured the perfect storm for the Open Competition, Nature category.
It's like a green monster in the sky and back on May 16, 2016, a high precipitation supercell storm led the way to a massive tornado over the town of Stratford, Texas. The structure and color of this storm are as seemingly unreal as it is beautiful and terrifying all at the same time.
#14. Zhu Jianxing of China submitted this glowing invasion in the Open Competition, Travel category.
You can't get more magical than this. It's like a fairy invasion heading like a swarm of lights towards that unsuspecting house. But it isn't a trick of light or an enhanced image. It's just nature at its finest.
#15. Lars Sivars of Sweden submitted this photo of a Manhattan sunset for the Open Competition, Architecture category.
It's the second part in a New York Trilogy, which Sivars calls "NYC Light" and was shot from Queens across the East River. It's almost like the sun is trying to force its way in between the massive buildings. Simply breathtaking.
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