The magazine of the photo-essay
December 2018 issue
Historic Photographer of the year 2018
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The winners of the second Historic Photographer of the Year Awards has just been unveiled by broadcaster and historian Dan Snow at an awards ceremony at the Gillian Lynne Theatre, London.  Following the success of its first year, the Awards celebrate the very best historic places and cultural sites, from the most famous national treasures to the most obscure hidden gems, from all across the World. The overall winning image of the medieval island commune of Mont Saint-Michel was shot by Daniel Burton. He takes home the £1,000 prize.  Historic Photographer of the Year 2018
Overall Winner - Daniel Burton - Mont Saint-Michel
Ancient History Winner - David Ross - Callanish Stone Circle
English History Winner - Mark Edwards - Red Sands Sea Forts, Thames Estuary
Shortlist - Andy - Beverley Minster, Yorkshire
Shortlist - Ben Nazarko - West Pier Ruins, Brighton
Shortlist - Chris Dobbs - Whaler's Hut, Svalbard, Norway
Shortlist - Chris Hanley - Bradgate House
Shortlist - Chris London - Alexandra Road Estate, London
Shortlist - Daniel Burton - Santa Catalina Arch, Antigua
Shortlist - Dave Searl - Pripyat, Chernobyl, Ukraine
Shortlist - Diana Buzoianu - Enisala, Romania
Shortlist - EH - Chris London - Grand Shaft, Dover
Shortlist - George Ledger - Tyne Pedestrian Tunnel
Shortlist - John Carson - Dunstanburgh Castle
Shortlist - Mark Edwards - SS Nornen, Berrow
Shortlist - Mark Edwards - WW2 Bunker, Isle of Sheppy
Shortlist - Samanther-Mae Wallis - Day Mark, Kingswear
Shortlist - Sara Rawlinson - Old Library, Jesus College, Cambridge
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