Washington Post Travel Photo Contest winners announced

Posted by Anita Froneman on 9 September 2020

The Washington Post‘s annual Travel Photo Contest generates some of the most remarkable amateur photography in the United States.

The 2020 winners have been announced and their work is mesmerising. To enter the competition, photos must have been taken during 2019 or 2020, and only photographers who make less than 50% of their annual income from photography were eligible.

This year was the 21st contest, and the three winners and 10 honorable mentions were chosen from over 1,200 entries. ‘Travel photography transports us as surely as travel itself,’ writes The Washington Post.

Take a look at the incredible images:

Winner: Anoushka Yousuf from Virginia. Taken in France.

Second place: Diane Stamm from Washington D.C. Taken in England.

Third place: Therese Ikonian from California. Taken in Morocco.

The honorable mentions:

Bill Wooby from Washington D.C. Taken in Brazil.

Robert Mazziotta from Maryland. Taken in the United States.

Jessica Goldsmith from Washington D.C. Taken in the United States.

Jason Gibson from Washington D.C. Taken in Tanzania.

Arielle Yorczyk from Virginia. Taken in Guatemala.

Brian Hastings from Baltimore. Taken in Tibet.

Pat McGheehan from Virginia. Taken in Spain.

Bill Corbett from Virginia. Taken in Vietnam.

Steve Johnson from Maryland. Taken in Italy.

Mark Gadomski from Hollywood. Taken in Vietnam.

For more information, visit the website.






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