December 15, 2014
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The Guardian has some of the winning entries to the TPOTY award for 2014 but the TPOTY website has them all and details of the photographers.
From the Arctic Circle to rural China, and from crystal clear sinkholes to 14,000ft mountain lakes, the winning images in this year’s TPOTY competition showcase astonishing natural beauty and incredible human diversity. To see all 150 images visit the TPOTY website
The winner Philip Lee Harvey won for his selection of images from Ethiopia.
Philip was born in Canterbury, England in 1969. After completing a Graphic Design degree at the Norwich School of Art and Design, Philip assisted some of the UK’s leading advertising photographers. Eager to develop his photographic career, Philip soon started taking on editorial and advertising commissions of his own.
Since then, he has worked in over 100 countries, ranging from Antarctica to the Sahara. His journeys have taken him to some of the world’s most inhospitable and demanding destinations.
On a 800km bicycle journey across Baikal Lake, Ogoy Island, Russia
Photograph: Jakub Rybicki/TPOTY
Kulkulkan Cenote, Riveria Maya, Mexico Photograph: Terry Steeley/TPOTY
Four camels and their riders cross the Chambal river, India:
Photograph: Patrick Griffiths/TPOTY
Monochromal winner, Johnny Haglund, NorwayLa Guajiara, northern Colombia
Photograph: Johnny Haglund/TPOTY
Several tall ships at the starting line during the Tall Ships Races event off the coast of Cascais, Lisbon, Portugal Photograph: Gonçalo Barriga/TPOTY
Tatio Geysers at sunrise, Atacama Desert, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
Photograph: Ignacio Palacios/TPOTY
See the winners as they should be seen in an exhibition
2015 exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society in London
24th July until 5th September 2015
One of the joys of doing well in TPOTY is having your images displayed at the TPOTY exhibitions and being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people.
The home of the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibitions is the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). The Society’s gallery is situated close to Hyde Park on the corner of Kensington Gore and Exhibition Road, and adjacent to the Royal Albert Hall, in the heart of London’s museum area.
The 2015 exhibition is open every day from 24th July to 5th September 2015.
Sunday to Thursday – 10.00 to 17.00 hrs
Friday & Saturday – 10.00 – 19.00 hrs
The main exhibition is FREE