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2 Festival Performers, Japan Photograph by Benoit Hardy-Chartrand (National Geographic Photo Contest Images) 1

3 Wintry Wait Photograph by Johnny Haglund 2

4 Seagulls, Alaska Photograph by Court Leve 3

5 Gothic Quarter, Barcelona Photograph by Jordi Boixareu 4

6 Lake Carezza, Italy Photograph by Antonio Chiumenti 5

7 Eastern Screech Owlets Photograph by Graham McGeorge 6

8 Lighthouse, Portugal Photograph by Veselin Malinov 7

9 Skateboarders, San Francisco Photograph by Matthieu Moors 8

10 Seaside Park, Japan Photograph by Hideyuki Katagiri 9

11 Reflection, Hungary Photograph by Zsolt Szabo 10

12 Landscape, Latvia Photograph by Mihails Ignats 11

13 Deer, Richmond Park Photograph by Prashant Meswani 12

14 Cabin, Croatia Photograph by Marin Suöli 13

15 Tree Canopy, Berlin Photograph by Kevin Connolly 14

16 Bride, Kosovo Photograph by Nita Zeqiri 15

17 Skógafoss, Iceland Photograph by Jorunn Sjofn Gudlaugsdottir 16

18 Sunbathing Cows, Andalusia Photograph by Andrew Lever 17

19 Above the Namib Desert Photograph by Chris Schmid 18

20 Monastery in Mandalay Photograph by Marcelo Salvador 19

21 Aflutter Along the Iguazu Photograph by Daniel Pinheiro 20

22 Imperiled Rhino Photograph by Richard Young 21

23 The Blessed Man Photograph by Yosuke Kashiwakura 22

24 The Saidai-ji Eyo festival, considered one of the three strangest festivals in Japan, is a Buddhist ritual in which 9,000 men compete to grab just a pair of sacred wooden batons to decide who will be the "blessed man" for the year. The over 500-year-old tradition of Eyo is based on an underlying understanding of the state of human life, greater than the ideals and trends of a single generation, and this idea has been cherished and passed down through the centuries. 日本岡山市的西大寺觀音院舉行的裸祭節為日本的三大 “ 奇祭 ” 之一。在寒冷的 2 月,只穿著兜襠褲 的男子們奮力爭奪據說可以帶來福氣的木棒 “ 寶木 ” 。 “ 寶木 ” 兩根為一對,長約 20 厘米,並經過了 14 天的祈禱。當天晚 10 點,西大寺的住持從高約 4 米的正殿的窗戶將寶木扔下。用冷水清洗過身體, “ 熱氣騰騰 ” 的數千人開始了一場 “ 肉搏 ” 戰。經過激烈的搶奪競技之後,搶到寶木的男子們就可以進 行下一步儀式-受封為「福男」。 23

25 Frosted Tamarack Swamp Photograph by Adam Dorn 24

26 There's Always One Photograph by Yashani Shantha 25

27 A Shepherd's Flock Photograph by Juan Aguilar 26

28 Shy Sea Lion Photograph by Ron Watkins 27

29 Street Colors, Hong Kong Photograph by Brian Yen 28

30 Burnt Trees, Yellowstone Photograph by Chaoying Zhao 29

31 The White Cliffs of Iturup Photograph by Alexey Kharitonov 30

32 31 Pink Morning Photograph by David Köster

33 Frosty Glance Photograph by Sandor Csudai 12/31/2013 王文堯 Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C All photos were taken from National Geographic THE END 32


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