Travel Photographer of the Year 2010
Monday 03 January 2011
The best travel photographs of 2010 will go on show later this month at the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Work by overall winner of the Travel Photographer of the Year competition, Larry Louie, from Canada, will go on show alongside other commended works and runners up in the annual competition.
At the exhibition photographers Steve Bloom, Chris Weston and Martin Hartley will be running seminars with Q & As for budding snappers.
The competition garnered thousands of entries from photographers in over 70 countries. Entrants from 34 countries were shortlisted and photographers from 18 countries scooped individual category awards.
The winning images can be viewed online by click on the image above and will go on show for the public on 28 -30 January at the Adventure Travel Live event in London’s Royal Horticultural Halls.
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