“F*** Yeah” by JPR Photos in the Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada.

These incredible pictures show what freedom means to 50 top photographers from around the world.


“Jump” by Anskar Lenzen in Montenegro.

Free-to-use photography app Agora asked its multi-million user base to submit their photos which would best illustrate the theme of “freedom”.


“Silks” by David Martinez in Moab, Utah.

After nearly 20,000 entries, 50 images have made it to the finals and are now being voted on for the “World’s Best photo of #Freedom2020”.


“To give free” by Swe Tun depicting a farmer and his son in Myanmar.

The winner, who will also win a prize of $1,000, will be selected by January 23rd.


“Untitled” by Agora user Brodsla depicting a woman at Lempuyang Temple in Bali.

One of the images named “Free Jump” by Shibasish Saha, shows a child jumping in the air after throwing a traditional umbrella above themselves in India.


“Free jump” by Shibasish Saha in North Bengal, India.

“I was shooting a buddhist school when I saw this little child returning home from school,” said the photographer. “The child was so happy that he threw his umbrella and jumped all of a sudden … [so for the contest], I wanted to relate that the childish mind has no boundary and can express one feeling freely.”


“Happy High Jump” by Aung Thu Ya in MyaTheinTan Pagoda, Saggaing, Myanmar also focuses on the joy of a child for the contest theme.

Agora has a community of more than 3.5 million users from 193 countries where people create, vote, and curate the best images made worldwide.


“Breaking Free” by Tom Bridges.

“Agora is built between all: we want to empower people all over the world, because we believe that every point of view is important,” said Octavi Royo, Agora’s CEO and co-founder. “We’re creating a global democratic system where everyone can create, vote and enjoy the best creations of Humanity.”


“Above the clouds” by Pitkovskiy Oleg Viktorovic on Hafelekar Mountain, Austria.

If you want to check out all the finalists from the contest or vote on your favorite, be sure and visit Agora’s #Freedom2020 website page.


“Fly high” by Martina Birnbaum in Seattle, Washington.

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