Global Families

Photographers from all corners of the planet submitted their best family shots to the #Family2019 Contest organized by Agora images. Agora is a free-to-use social app and global photography community with more than 3.5 million users from 193 countries. Every week, Agora users participate in international photography contests around one of the 52 annual hashtags representing universal themes (such as #Fun, #Work or #Beauty), and vote for the best photos in the world while curating quality content for a chance to win awesome cash prizes, photo gear and other life-changing experiences.

Feature image – Beso de despedida by @beaacevedo (Mexico)

Orca family, aka Killer Whales by @viggolundberg (Sweden)
Happy Share by @pranab_basak (India)
Marius and Stephan by @inthpeck (France)
Lunch by @myothet (Myanmar)
Bajo tribe family by @rustamawat (Indonesia)
Bedtme stories by @froirivera (Philippines)
Father and son by @ptkhanhhvnh (Vietnam)
Family by @yechitpaing (Myanmar)
Las pescadoras de Tanji by @wmr.valdez (Dominican Republic)
The heart of my home by @dianagorin (Moldova)

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