These 14 Kids Just Won A National Geographic Photo Contest

What were you doing between the ages of 6 and 14? Probably not entering an international photo contest.

On Tuesday, National Geographic Kids announced the winners of its photography competition, which received more than 46,000 entries from around the world. 

The international winner was 11-year-old Dewi Baggerman from the Netherlands, who took a beautiful low-angle shot of a field of tulips.  

For her prize, Baggerman won a five-day, four-night trip to Washington, D.C., and a tour of National Geographic headquarters.

Twelve-year-old Kate Anderson from Shelley, Idaho, won the U.S. category for her adorable photo of an ostrich chick appearing to step up to a microphone. She received a 10-day trip to the Galapagos islands for her win.

Check out photos from the remaining winners of both the U.S. and international competitions below: 

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