Historic Photographer of the Year

The first Historic Photographer of the Year awards showcase the world’s very best historic places and cultural sites from across the globe, capturing everything from the most famous national treasures to the obscure and forgotten hidden gems.

The overall winning image was shot by Matt Emmett from Reading and taken at RAF Nocton Hall, an abandoned former military hospital. The winning public vote photograph was a shot of Jedburgh Abbey taken on a school trip, and was won by Manchester’s Jenna Johnston.

RAF Nocton Hall and US Military Hospital, Lincolnshire
Photographer: Matt Emmett
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Jedburgh Abbey
Photographer: Jenna Johnston
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Corfe Magic
Photographer: Robert Maynard
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The Eiffel Tower, France
Photographer: Maxim Mishin
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Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya, Thailand
Photographer: Mathew Browne
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Historic Photographer of the Year
more at triphistoric

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