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Many thanks to all 30 members that contributed an image for our monthly competition (December 2019). As with the November competition, the images submitted by the Travel Group community reflected a wide range of interests and differing aspects of the sub genre of travel photography, from a focus on individuals to wider contextual images. 

There were, as with last month, some stunning examples of travel photography submitted, with the selection of the winner falling to Richard Lewis ARPS, a long-standing member of the Travel Group committee. In making the decision Richard commented that

"My decision on the winner is Orchha Sunset. This was a difficult decision as several images were strong candidates to win. However Orchha Sunset came through as an interesting image that strongly conveys a sense of place as well as capturing human interest and activity. The industry of the clothes being washed contrasts with the bored look of the accompanying but detached child. Also, I liked the balance leading from the foreground, through the figure in the water, to the rather grand building in the background." 

So congratulations to IanWright ARPS for his image. This shot will go forward to our overall winners gallery. We hope to revise the competition site to include all author’s names in the near future and thank you to all that contributed, there are some very talented photographers out there.

Click here to see winning images from previous years or here to see 2019 winners, or here to 2020 winners to date.

 

On The Road To Mandalay
CREDIT: Alistair Cowan
On the road to Mandalay
Gondoliers Venice
CREDIT: Martin Reece
Gondoliers- Venice
Novice Monks Breakfast Run, Bagan, Myanmar
Novice monks breakfast run, Bagan, Myanmar
The Ships Of The Desert
CREDIT: Lajos Nagy
The Ships of the Desert
Motel California
CREDIT: Linda Golightly
Motel California
Time For Reflection Marrakech
Time for Reflection - Marrakech
Kuqa Laneway
CREDIT: Rob Morgan
Kuqa Laneway
Hyderabadi Naan
CREDIT: Charles Aston
Hyderabadi Naan
Sharing Sacred Waters, Hampi
CREDIT: Andrew Brochwicz-Lewinski
Sharing Sacred Waters of Hampi
Othman Reflected In The Berber Shop, Loughborough
CREDIT: Sue Hutton
Othman reflected in the Berber Shop, Loughborough
Anchors Away
CREDIT: Steve McDonald
Anchors away
Late Afternoon In The Rajasthani Village Of Dhikola
CREDIT: David Pollard
Late afternoon in the Rajasthani village of Dhikola
A Boy In The Train Cemetery Of Bolivia
CREDIT: Tony Au Yeong
A boy in the train cemetery of Bolivia
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CREDIT: Laura Morgan
Haymaking in Maramures, Romania
Singapore Harbour
CREDIT: Roger Trawford
Singapore Harbour
R.I. In Ethiopia
CREDIT: Liz Bugg
R.I. in Ethiopia
BCC 2759
CREDIT: Bob Chiu
Golden Palouse
Ojude Oba Festival In Nigeria
CREDIT: Fela Sanu
Ojude Oba Festival in Nigeria
DSC 2253
CREDIT: Gareth Hughes
Woman in Stepwell Jaipur
Drying Beans In A Vietnamese Village
CREDIT: Graham Vulliamy
Drying Beans in Vietnam
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CREDIT: Justin Cliffe
Quiet contemplation – in the Lazama Synagogue. Marrakesh
Rpstravcomp
CREDIT: Chris West
Triptych in 1 - Havana
Waiting For A Seal
CREDIT: Maggie Manson
Waiting for a Seal
The Warren
CREDIT: Tom Lloyd
The Warren
Saluting The Sunset
CREDIT: Mark Zylinski
Saluting the Sunset - Algarve
Disputed Territory In Sri Lanka
CREDIT: John Minter
Disputed Territory - in Sri Lanka
The White Mosque, Yemen
CREDIT: Sandra Mason
The White Mosque, Yemen
Orchha Sunset Ian Wright
CREDIT: Dec 2019 : Ian Wright ARPS
Orchha Sunset
A Sale At Bac Ha Market, North West Vietnam
CREDIT: Stu Trompson
A Sale at Bac Ha Market, North West Vietnam
Brexit, Is It Worth It
CREDIT: Suzanne Johnson
Brexit, is it worth it?