The Extreme Photos Of Red Bull

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The Extreme Photos Of Red Bull

In Hong Kong, announced the winners of the third contest of extreme pictures Red Bull. Guests at the ceremony learned the name of the overall winner, ten winners in the various categories and fifty finalists. In this year's contest were filed more than 28,000 works made 6417 photographers from 124 countries.

The winner in the category "The sequence of frames" was Zachary Noyl photo surfer Gabriel Medina off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.


  Photo of Sean Vulnafa on the crest of a wave lapping at the shores of the island in the Fiji archipelago, made by Stuart Gibson, was one of the finalists in the category of "Mood".

 This image provided by Lorenz Holderom in Raisting, Germany, was declared the overall winner of the contest photos extreme Red Bull in 2013.

 Finalist Dimitrios Kontizas says: "I ​​never would have thought that at a certain stage of my life I'll be standing at the edge of a 200-meter cliff and take pictures of madmen who jump down. This took place on the island of Zakynthos in Greece in the competition "ProBase Shipwreck Boogie", which was attended by 30 beysdzhamperov from around the world. "

 Jeroen Nieuwhuis won in the category of "close-up" for a photograph of a young man named Eric, who rides a skateboard in Denekamp, The Netherlands.

 Scott Serfas was the winner in the category "Lighting" for a photo of Travis Rice in the mountains Tordrilo Mountains in Alaska.

 Finalist in the category of "close-up" Morgan Maassen took pictures of his girlfriend Rebecca Ronald while surfing on a reef in the Hawaiian archipelago.

 Photo of French cyclist Luc Legrand made ​​Perrodom Vince, was a finalist in the category "The sequence of frames."

 Australian businessman Jeff Crocker in Sussex Inlet, Australia. When Crocker was 20, he first saw the ocean. The next day he packed his bags and moved to the beach, where he still lives today with his wife and two sons.


  Finalist Ismael Ibanez Ruiz took this picture in Barcelona, ​​where he had gone for a week to take pictures of the local motocross BMX. This photo shows an elderly man scolds one of the local BMX riders, because he thinks that their activity harms the city.

 Morgan Maassen won in the category "Lifestyle" photo surfers off the coast of the island of Tavarua, Fiji.

 Ryan Taylor, a finalist in the category "Lighting", says: "Every year in late autumn in northern Wisconsin cranberry harvest. Not all people know that cranberries are grown usual way, but when it matures, the field is filled with water. Berries come off and float to the surface, and then they are easy to assemble. "

 Jimmy Wilson was one of the finalists for a photo Kelly Slater at the U.S. Open of Surfing.

 Photo Contest Finalist Theodore Van Orman took this picture in Frisco, Colorado. Cyclists fascinated looking at the light at the end of the tunnel. "They do not know that I photograph them."

 Juan Cruz Rabaglia was a finalist in the category of "innovative approach" for a picture inside the Perito Moreno Glacier in Patagonia, Argentina

 Flirian Braytenberger took this picture in the summer of 2012 in the competition "Nine Knights Mountain bike"  commune Brumberg am Wildkogel, Austria.

 Left: ice climbers on the frozen waterfall Helmcken Falls in Wells Gray Park in British Columbia, the fourth highest waterfall in Canada (141 meters). Right: A rock climber Bernd Zangerl in the Indian Himalayas.

Photo Contest Finalist in the category of "close-up" George Karbus took this picture on the west coast of Ireland.

  The winner in the category of "innovative approach" was Daniel Wojtek with a photo of the Czech freestyle champion Tomas Slavik made ​​in a studio in Prague.

 Chris Berkard won in the category of "mood" for a picture of surfers in the Lofoten Islands in Norway.

 Waterfall in the national reserve Taree in Idaho. Photographer: David Carlier.

 Scott Dickerson was among the finalists with image surfers who glide on the tidal wave in the Cook Inlet in Alaska.

 Beysdzhampery jump with a 120-meter tower Castleton Castleton Tower in the Valley, Utah.

Benjamin Ginsberg has reached the final contest with a photo surfer Bobby Oquist in Newport Beach, California.

  Finalist Elias Kunosson took this picture during the freestyle motocross competition in Are, Sweden.

 Finalist in the category "Lighting» Nicolas Jutzi took this picture in front of a sailing regatta on Lake Geneva in Switzerland.

 Left: Photo Contest finalist Dave Lehl took this picture on the famous highway through the Southwest United States. Right: Rafal Meszka, a finalist in the category of "Mood", took this picture in Dahab, Egypt, where he had gone along with the Polish record holder in freediving Emily Beal to make a documentary.

 Stuart Gibson is a finalist in the category of "close-up" photo surfer lapping at the shores of the island in Fiji.