The winner of the Travel Photography of the Year 2012 is photographer Craig Easton, the first Briton to win the award since 2007. As well as being the overall winner of the prestigious competition, his striking and unusual images of also won him the Cutty Sark Award. He will received a £2500 cash prize, as well as a £2500 international photography commission.
You’ll be able to view the winning images at the Royal Geographic Society in London from 12 July to 18 August 2013.
Here’s a selection of some of the winning images.
To view all of the winners including commended entries and runners up, visit the Travel Photography Of The Year 2012 website.
Story via British Journal of Photography.
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