These stunning images have been taken in different places from across the world. They are the winning photos chosen for a competition in the National Geographic magazine. Check them out.
The finalists of the National Geographic Traveller Photography competition 2014 have been announced - Jonathan Carvajal won the action category for his picture of a runner taking part in a Colour Run in Colombia. It's a 5 km race that takes place in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, but unlike normal fun runs this one involves a lot of paint... runners get showered with different coloured paints at every kilometre and finish up looking like sweaty rainbows!
Jenny Downing won the modern category with her photograph of the Opera House in Oslo in Norway.
This is a common kingfisher, and he's just caught his dinner. Jamie MacArthur took this and it won the nature category. He said: "I spent many long hours over 5 days in a tiny hide (being bitten by midgies) to get this shot. It was worth it though."
George Turnbull won the people category with his image of a girl at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Dylan Camilleri won the modern category too with this picture taken at The Cube in Birmingham.
This is the Cutty Sark, in Greenwich, as seen from below her keel. David Stearne took this picture, which won the iconic category.
Linda Cosgrave won the city category with her picture taken in Times Square in New York.