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USA Photographer Of The Year Winners Show Off America's Many Beautiful Angles

06/19/2014 08:00 am ET

Travel and photography are basically inseparable -- a great travel photo shows off its subject, sheds new light on it and makes viewers wish they could transport there instantly.

The winners of this year's USA Photographer of the Year contest highlight some of America's finest angles.

Check out the winners below.

  • Reynold’s Wrap by Nagesh Mahadev
    Nagesh Mahadev
  • Glacier National Park. Winner: USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014
  • Soul of the Ancients by Nagesh Mahadev
    Nagesh Mahadev
  • Glacier National Park. Winner: USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014
  • Light of the Wild by Nagesh Mahadev
    Nagesh Mahadev
  • Glacier National Park. Winner: USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014
  • Manhattan Stands 13 Feet Above Me by Nicholas Hill
    Nicholas Hill
  • The Fifth Avenue Apple Store, Manhattan, New York City. Winner: Black and White.
  • Shadow Tree by Vincent Bonafede
    Vincent Bonafede
  • Sierra National Forest. Winner: Young USA Landscape Photographer of the Year.
  • Willow Creek by Vincent Bonafede
    Vincent Bonafede
  • Bass Lake, Sierra National Forest. Winner: Young USA Landscape Phototographer of the Year.
  • Morning Mist by Vincent Bonafede
    Vincent Bonafede
  • Yosemite National Park. Winner: Young USA Landscape Phototographer of the Year.
  • Metlako Falls by Jarrod Castaing
    Jarrod Castaing
  • Metlako Falls, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon. Winner: Classic View.
  • Thoughts by Samuel Feron
    Samuel Feron
  • Death Valley sand dunes. Winner: Judges' Choice
  • Impressions of Yosemite by Claire Onions
    Claire Onions
  • Yosemite National Park. Winner: Landscape On the Move.
  • Apocalypse Now by Miles Morgan
    Miles Morgan
  • Johnston Ridge across from Mt. St. Helens, Washington. Winner: My USA.
  • Chicago Canoes by Adrian Almond
    Adrian Almond
  • Canoes at the Chicago shoreline. Winner: Urban.
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