Congratulations to all winners of our monthly Photo Competition, and many thanks to all of you who keep sending in many beautiful photographs! The winning photographs below are credited to the photographer, with the winning month.
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Photo Competition Winner - June'13 by Christine Willis
- Judged by
- Paul Goldstein
- Trip code
- Countries Visited
- June 2013
Ethiopia is always peddled as a deeply religious country but these pious homilies about this marvellous country are sometimes off brief. Anyone out there never fallen asleep in church? It is not just confined to school chapels or nine lessons and carols. Regardless of the vaguely blasphemous nature of the image which most would look at with humour, this is an excellent picture. It is delightfully conceived and very well executed: the perfect depth of field and symmetry really screams here. The photographer knows her way around a camera, she has taken many brilliant images in Ethiopia, but this one was my favourite, if anyone is insulted by it, get over it, I can almost hear him snoring.
Previous Winning entries
Ethiopia is always peddled as a deeply religious country but these pious homilies about this marvellous country are sometimes off brief. Anyone out there never fallen asleep in church? It is not just …
Tim sent us a decent portfolio of Jordan, very decent in fact but this stood out. Most importantly every time we think we have seen every shot from Petra, someone comes along and surprises us. Tim did…
There are areas of this that are a little 'hot' (pretentious digital term for over-exposed), but I can live with that. There is no idea of scale - I can certainly live with that, I don't know where it…
Christine, a clearly an accomplished photographer, sent in a gallery of emotive, brilliantly captured candid images and portraits from her time in Ethiopia. In picking the best one, I chose the photog…