I am extremely proud to announce that my Images called; Lets Play..follow me, which was entered in National Geographic, was featured from thousands of uploads as the best out of 12 photos in the "Daily Dozen" for the week ending 12th April 2017. The 12 photos are chosen by the editors of Nat. Geographic's each day from thousands of recent uploads. The community of Nat. Geographic then has the chance to vote for their favourite from the selection. The images with the most votes will be showcased as; “Top Shot – Editors’ Spotlight” … which means, if your image win, your image have a good chance to be featured in their magazines or on their website. The competition is intense as the work published is of top...TOP class quality. You are competing with the best of the best photographers worldwide. To put this into perspective; National Geographic’s has millions of followers all over the world. One of the editors, Zubair from Bangladesh send me this message which I would like to share with you; - Hi Bruna, Congratulations…Today one of your photographs has been featured in “Daily Dozen” of online Edition of the National Geographic Magazine. I consider it quite an honour for any photographer….Zubair - I only needed 21 votes to win, yet I am still extremely great full to be recognised. I have included my original Image as well as a screenshot of my image showing the score as well as a screen shot of the winning image with the final score for you.

ORIGINAL IMAGE: Play Time..Follow me!!

SCREEN SHOT - Showing voting score of the same Image - National Geographic 

THE WINNING SHOT: - Edinson Ivan van Arroyo Mora - Colombia - showing voting score - National Geographic:

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Congratulations Bruna! Well deserved! 

Thank you Danie! 

Brillian Bruna. Well done!

Thank you John!!

Marvellous work Bruna! Your work definitely belongs up there with the best of the best!

Thank you Shawn!!





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