Travel Photo of the Year winners
We reveal the results of this year's Travel Photo of the Year competition, held in association with 'Wanderlust' magazine
Friday 01 February 2013
1. Winner: Landscape category Storm over Blackstone (Worcestershire), by Dr Danny Beath
2. Runner-up: Landscape category In the Yellow (Kyingtone town, Burma) by Kyaw Kyaw Winn
3. Winner: Wildlife category Flight of the Flamingos (Lake Naivasha, Kenya) by Deborah Dunderdale
4. Runner-up: Wildlife category Skimming the Waves – Pintado Petrel (Southern Ocean near Antarctica) by Bill Klipp
5. Winner: Icon category Millennium Walk (London) by Marius Gheorghe Musan
6. Runner-up: Icon category Olympic Tower Bridge (London) by Stephen Walford
7. Winner: People category Happy Moment (near Bagan, Burma) by Kyaw Kyaw Winn
8. Runner-up: People category The Path (Gujarat, India) by Porus Khareghat
To view the online image gallery showcasing all the category winners and finalists in this year’s competition, visit travelphotooftheyear.co.uk
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