Stunning amateur photos highlighted in National Geographic feature
An image from one of the world’s most colorful festivals is among a magazine’s top reader submissions.
National Geographic is renowned for its professional photojournalism, but the photos that readers themselves shoot and submit are often just as amazing. Every weekday, the magazine’s editors choose their Daily Dozen favorites, and those that are rated highest by online visitors are made available for download in National Geographic’s Weekly Wrapper as computer wallpaper. The image shown here was shot at the Goroko show in Papua, New Guinea, which is one of the most colorful festivals on Earth.