The Year In Photos: The Best 35+ Captures Of Passing 2019 That Are More Than Just Pictures.



So the countdown started, and we are already waiting for the new year, new beginning, and emotions. Everyone is summing up the year 2019, and what is the best way to do it if not through photos. More and more talented photographers present their incredible works to the world, and that is why it’s very tough to choose the most impressive ones. However, we did our best.

Beautiful World would like to present to you 48 incredible captures that filled the year 2019 with adventure, fun, and desire to travel.

1. Greta Thunberg by Shane Balkowitsch

2. Peace by Rarindra Prakarsa

3. Music — Michael Aboya

4. “Grab life by the…” — Sarah Skinner



5. “Oh, no!” — Harry Walker

6. Elegance — NYC Dance Project

7. Catch me if you can — Claudio Piccoli

8. The moon and the ship — Albert Dros

9. Joshua Smith



10. Sunrise — Matt Molloy

11. Christian Vizl

12. Pure beauty — Christian Spencer

13. Seize the moment — Dick van Duijn

14. Tired — Justin Mott



15. Albert Dros

16. Fear — Jonathan Banks for International Alert

17. Rarindra Prakarsa

18. Rainee Colacurcio

19. Illumination — Luke Rasmussen



20. Andrew McCarthy

21. Desert — Navid Baraty

22. Land of Giants — Will Burrard-Lucas

23. Traditions — Biljana Jurukovski

24. Mighty — Steve Biro



25. Who is the boss – Ty O’Neil

26. Abstract Aerial Art — JP and Mike Andrews

27. Morning bird — Kathrin Swoboda

28. Incredible colors — Aaron Reed



29. Mermaid — Miss Aniela

30. Old wise man — Mogens Trolle

31. I caught the moon for you — Albert Dros

32. Benjamin Von Wong

33. Wat Shamphran temple, Thailand — Jord Hammond



34. Sinhue Boksberger

35. Lightning — Michael Shainblum

36. Alan Schaller

37. Mother — Felicia Saunders

38. Happy family — Sue Flood



39. Ashley Lew and Loki — Dancers & Dogs

40. Simeon Pratt

41. Fairy night — Samir Belhamra

42. Blue night — Kilian Schönberger

43. Ciel Austral



44. Alison Pollack

45. Finbarr Fallon

46. Todd Antony

47. Natural Pattern — Ben Simon Rehn

48. Nights in Kenya — Will Burrard-Lucas

Which one impressed you the most? Please tell us in the comments.



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