Winners of the competition Travel Photographer Of The Year 2013
• The winners Travel Photographer Of The Year 2013
The results of the international competition Travel Photographer of the Year 2013, held since 2003. Among the categories of the competition, held for the 10th time - as a series of photographs on the given topics as well as single pictures.
As the contest creators say - photographers Chris and Karen Coe, their aim was to show that travel picture is not limited to beautiful pictures and photographs, postcards, but is able to reflect the real life in all its manifestations. For this reason, among the competitive categories there is a great variety: from landscapes to animals and shooting stories and urban sketches.
We present you a selection of the best photos from the contest. On these amazing photos show how familiar places and remote corners of our planet, are not all of us are destined to visit. Photos were taken and by professional photographers and amateurs from a hundred different countries.
The main prize - "Cutty Sark" - has received a British photographer Timothy Allen for his pictures of the mud festival finishes, the Dogon in Mali and life of Wales and Bhutanese people.
In the photo: one more work by Timothy Allen, representing the Bhutanese woman pours tea.
Emma Orbach, who lives in West Wales in a clay hut. Photo by Timothy Allen
Jonathan Ristrom from Denmark won the title of best young photographer in 2013. 14-year-old boy became interested in photography during a safari, to which he went with his grandfather. Jury shook his photograph, depicting a woman talking on a mobile phone in Croatia. He is the second prize winner from Denmark. "If Jonathan will continue to develop in this direction, then its bright future," - say the members of the jury.
In Catalonia. Photo by David oliete
The picture living in Vietnam American Justin Mott was awarded the highest award in the category of single pictures on the theme "Extraordinary".
In the section portfolio of monochrome images category award went to Gino Lee from Singapore for a series of photographs of the fisherman on the Dongjiang River in China.
In the same category Cope Emmanuel of France, won the award for best single-shot waterfall in Iceland.
Photo Ed Hetherington made after the hunt lions in Botswana
This touching moment was able to capture a photograph of Switzerland in the Virunga mountains, Rwanda
With this photo Indian boy photographer Gavin Gu managed to win the prize for the best portfolio.
This is a picture-winner in the category "Endangered peoples and cultures." It shows a hunter with an eagle at his home in Mongolia.
Work Jason Edwards. Camel jockeys under the control of robots.
For a single-shot of wild award went to Peter Downing for a snapshot of the kingfisher.
French Alps. Photographer: Tim Taylor
10-year-old Patria Prasaysa from Indonesia won the age group "14 years old and under" for a series of photos of an ant colony. Photo: Ant and tailor-weevil, India
The award in the category "New Talent" was a British student Tom Pepper of the portfolio of what may be the day of the ordinary tourist in New York.
The judges of the contest were the famous professional photographers Eamonn McCabe, Nick Meers, Chris Ueston- publisher of the German magazine FOTO. In the photo: the work of British photographer Cat Vinton. Fisherman in the Andaman Sea.
Living in Taiwan native Britain Gouf Gavin won the section disappearing and emerging cultures of the portfolio Calcutta Club skateboarding in India.
Jasper from Holland and eat up Johnny Haglund from Norway shared the top honors in the category of wildlife photography. Finish his work reflects the life of Japanese macaques in Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
But Johnny Haglund reflected in their job hunt alligators in Louisiana, in the United States.
In the category of beginners as it turned out two winners. One of the awards was shot grain seller in Jaipur, India, shot Merissoy Quek.
The second award went to Stuart Draper from the UK for the shot in Santa Teresa, one of the districts of Rio de Janeiro.