Portraits of survivors of Norway’s Utoeya massacre take top Sony prize
Thursday 25 April 2013
Portraits of survivors of Norway’s Utoeya massacre took the overall winner prize at the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards.
Among the entries by Andrea Gjestvang was an image of Iselin Rose Borch, 15, and Ylva Schwenke, 15, who said: “I bear my scars with pride.”
Fabrice Fouillet won the architecture section with an image of the St Jean Boscot church in Paris, and Adam Petty caught Usain Bolt in action at the 2012 Olympics to win the sport category.
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