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Do You “Like” National Geographic’s Magazine Covers?

If you had to pick a favorite National Geographic magazine cover, which one would it be? It’s a tough question to answer, but the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) is asking readers to pick their favorite magazine covers for its Best Cover Contest Reader’s Choice Award.

The contest is currently being hosted on ASME’s Facebook page through April 13th. Magazine covers in consideration for the award have been separated into categories ranging from politics to entertainment, and those cover images are posted to ASME’s official Facebook page. The covers that get the most Facebook likes in each category will be voted on again beginning March 31 to determine a final winner by April 30.

Want to show your favorite National Geographic magazine cover some love? Click the “Like” button underneath each cover below to cast your vote.

October 2013: 125th Anniversary, the Photo Issue

 

 

April 2013: Reviving Extinct Species
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September 2013: Rising Seas
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Sonia Harmon is the blog coordinator at National Geographic. She has also written for Ladies' Home Journal magazine and Washingtonian magazine.
  • Chris Walton

    I must say the photo “Afghan Girl by Steve McCurry is one of my favourites i’ve seen on the National Geo Magazine, what I wouldn’t give to have his job as a Photo Journalist/photographer.

  • francisco javier cervantes ulloa

    Tengo una complilacion de sus revistas al año 2000 quiero tener toda completa que hago?

  • Iana Comba

    The face is my favorite, the woman’s expression, her eyes say so much…..

  • moh’d

    I like nat gio

  • Natasha Shebeko

    My favorite cover is the Afghan girl with the beautiful eyes.

  • sunil chuhan

    Afghan Girl should be prefered

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