PICTURED: The Top 50 Entries in Agora Images’ #Nature2019 Photo Contest that Show God’s Creation in All It’s Glory

A rare double rainbow shines over the water in Norway. The incredible image was snapped by photographer Paal Uglefisk

It’s hard to deny the beauty of Mother Nature.

And even harder when you look at these incredible entries to an international photography competition that shows some of her best work.

The stunning pictures all made the top 50 in Agora Images‘ #Nature2019 photo contest. They have been selected from more than 13,500 submissions to the photography app’s competition.

They range from a mesmerising image of a double rainbow over Norway as well as an atmospheric sunrise over Mount Bromo in Indonesia. Other eye-catching entries include an aerial image of the horseshoe-shaped Vltava River in the Czech Republic, a dramatic underwater shot of a woman diving off the coast of Menorca and a perfectly timed snap of a chameleon catching its prey. 

Agora users can now vote for their favourite of out of the 50 shortlisted images. The winning image will be announced on September 5 and the photographer will receive a cash prize of $1,000.

Scroll down to cast your eye over the incredible top 50 entries to the contest – and decide which you like best…

A rare double rainbow shines over the water in Norway. The incredible image was snapped by photographer Paal Uglefisk
This aerial image, which was captured by Henry Do, shows the Vltava River in the Czech Republic. He named the shot The Horseshoe Bend of Europe
An underwater image by Dan Florit showing a woman diving off the coast of Menorca
A stunning shot by Fawad Malik of the majestic Rakaposhi mountain in Pakistan
Photographer Alejandro Ibañez called this image Lunchtime. The perfectly timed shot of a chameleon catching its prey was captured in Spain
Abu Rizch shot a stunning image of farmlands in Argapura Majalengka, Indonesia
Another Indonesia landscape – Mount Bromo, taken by Tian Abdul Hanip, at sunrise

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Jennifer Newton