National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2014

National Geographic Magazine chose its winners from the Travel Photo Contest 2014. Source: National Geographic

Can you believe it’s already August? We can’t either. So before you start worrying about where the summer has gone, check out these 13 photos that represent all of July’s major stories from around the web. While July was full of many joyous occasions, there was also a fair amount of negative news, as conflicts and fighting in various parts of the world escalates. We cover the top stories in these twelve photos of July.

Jellyfish Tank Installed in Liverpool

Artists installed a jellyfish tank into an unsuspecting neighborhood in Liverpool. Source: This is Colossal

July in Photos Germany Wins World Cup

Germany won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Source: Soccer Lenz

Disney Into the Woods

Disney released photos for their upcoming movie Into the Woods, which weaves a number of Disney characters like Rapunzel, Red Riding Hood and Cinderella into one tale.
Source: The Wrap

Ukraine Plane Shot Down

Pro-Russian rebels shot down a Ukrainian plane killing dozens. Source: NY Daily News

July Photos International Drone Photography Awards

The first-ever International Drone Photography Awards announced their top winners. Source: Fubiz

July in Photos Prince George Turns 1

Everyone’s favorite royal baby, Prince George, celebrated his first birthday on July 22nd. Source: News First

Nelson Mandela Day 2014

The world celebrates the first Nelson Mandela day since the anti-apartheid leader’s tragic passing. Source: Nelson Mandela Foundation

Conflict in Gaza July in Photos

Tensions rise as the Israel-Gaza conflict escalates, killing hundreds of men, women and children. Source: Altahrir

Terminally Ill Dog Has Best Day Ever

Owners gave terminally-ill Labrador, Duke, the best day ever before putting him to sleep. A professional photographer captured the emotional day. Source: Huffington Post

July in Photos BuzzFeed

BuzzFeed published the saddest (and most hilarious) collection of dogs who had been stung by bees. Source: BuzzFeed

Kiri Picone
Kiri Picone
Bay Area transplant Kiri Picone is a writer and marketer who loves bizarre news and the color purple.
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