Annual Photo Competition 2020 

Online Exhibition 

Welcome to our online exhibition of our Annual Photo Competition 2020. Unfortunately, we had to cancel our exhibition at the Exchange following the advice from the Government and the University regarding COVID-19. However, we will not let it ruin this competition.

 

Our judges have selected a winners and runners-up from each of our six categories, view their photos below and enjoy this virtual exhibition! 

  • City Culture

  • Climate Change 

  • Fieldtrip

  • Foodie 

  • Landscape of Change 

  • Rural Lifestyles

City Culture

Jaeran Kim

Mixed Feelings

City Culture Winner

Cartagena, Spain 

The city of Cartagena, once a powerful naval port and now a majorly tourism-driven city. Amongst the tourists, are those who have seen it all — from industrial buildings far off the main coastal line, hidden from the landscape, to intricately designed architecture situated at the heart of Cartagena. The city covered in a thick fog with only the most visually appealing exposed in direct sunlight.

Valentina Jiménez

 Liminal spaces

City Culture Runner-up

Tangier, Morocco

The city of Cartagena, once a powerful naval port and now a majorly tourism-driven city. Amongst the tourists, are those who have seen it all — from industrial buildings far off the main coastal line, hidden from the landscape, to intricately designed architecture situated at the heart of Cartagena. The city covered in a thick fog with only the most visually appealing exposed in direct sunlight.

Alice Wong

Dim sum

Foodie Winner 

Songkhla, Thailand

Vibrant selection of authentic delicacies.

#Foodie 

Eliana Longo Collins

Market

Foodie Runner-up

Borough Market, London

Winter gourds for sale in Borough Market

Sophie Lindsay

Grassington Moors Hunt

Rural Lifestyles Runner-up

Grassington, Yorkshire, UK

I took this photo whilst accompanying my father on a grouse shoot in Yorkshire. The heather filled moor is something from a fairytale by anyone's definition.

Rural Lifestyles 

Zahra Kazi

 Stand by our fish

Rural Lifestyles Winner

Kochi, Kerala

Fisherman protecting cases of fish that have been caught in a very stylish lungi (skirt)

Fieldtrips 

Stefanie Kaupa

Howler monkey hanging from a tree and eating 

Fieldtrip Winner

La Selva Biological Research Station, Costa Rica

Howler monkey picking a leaf to eat, or possibly just marvelling at the foliage

Heather Needham 

Silhouettes in the Sahara Desert 

Fieldtrip Runner-up

Sahara Desert, Morocco

This photograph was taken on the BSc second year Morocco Fieldtrip. We ate Moroccan tajine, spent a night in the desert and woke up to this breath-taking view!

Zahra Kazi

A Wholesome Welcome 

Fieldtrip Runner-up

Alappuzha, Kerala 

Enter the place get the place popping - JHUS

Climate Change

Sarah Creasy

This is a Crisis, we are the Change.

Climate Change Winner

Westminster

Climate Strike, September 20. 

Maxwell Clarke

Hidden Buddha

Climate Change Runner-up

Hong Kong

Under the deep smog in Hong Kong, we can barely make out the historical statue of the Buddha.

Eliana Longo Collins

 'Venezia non e' Disneyland'. Translation - Venice isn't Disneyland

Climate Change Runner-up

Grand Canal, Venice

A reminder of the beauty of this city and how many people it attracts. A reminder that with current climate predictions, by 2100 it is likely to be completely submerged. Venice is not Disneyland, it and its people deserve respect.

Landscapes of  Change 

Diana Stetcu

 1395 vs. 2019

Landscapes of Change Winner

Seoul, South Korea

Gwanghwamun, a gate built in 1395, is the main entrance to Gyeongbokgung, the largest palace in the capital city. Cars drive past, tall glass buildings surround the perimeter of the palace, people wear the hanbok (Korea’s traditional clothing) whilst using their smartphones — you witness centuries of history within seconds.

Eliana Longo Collins

Winter is Ending 

Landscapes of Change Runner-Up

Caglieron Caves, Fregona, Italy.

The snow and ice has almost completely melted away from the sides of the caves, as the seasons in Northern Italy begin to change.

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