Congratulations to the following honorable mention placements!
Each year we run a photo contest to gather up some interesting digital images from perceptive travelers. This year we received over 300 entries from readers in 19 different countries. See the honorable mention placments on this page, then follow this link for the winners
Damodar India Fishing
by Somenath Mukhopadhyay of Birbhum, West Bengal, India
Family in Bangladesh
by Ismail Hossain Ferdous, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Yulong River in China
by Bernardo Medina, Houston, Texas, USA
Floating Market Boats
by Liz Harlin of Tewantin, Australia
Editor's Pick - Timely rather than timeless, with a mix of beauty and oppression at a traditional and religious annual ceremony in Khorram Abad , Iran.
Chehel Manbari Ceremony
by Saeed Rezvanian, Tehran, Iran
Winners were chosen by a panel of three professional photographers.
Terence Carter is a travel and editorial photographer and travel writer. He literally lives out of a suitcase accompanied by a couple of bags of photography gear and a lighting kit. He is Australian by birth, he has a Masters Degree in media studies and his home is Dubai, where he visits occasionally to empty his post box. See more at Terence Carter Photography or at his life on the road blog Gran Tourismo Travels..
Rick Sammon, who has photographed in almost 100 countries around the world, gives more than two-dozen photography workshops and presentations around the world each year. He has published 34 books, including his latest, Rick Sammon's Secrets to Digital Photography, Face to Face and Exploring the Light.
Steve Davey is a writer and photographer, whose work has taken him all over the world. He has recently published Footprint Travel Photography, the definitive guide to taking pictures on your travels. He has also launched a unique series of travel photography tours, in conjunction with Intrepid Travel. The next of these heads to Ladakh in the Indian Himalayas in July. More details about the book and tours on www.bettertravelphotography.com
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