And The Winner Is…

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Two weeks ago, I launched my most exciting giveaway yet with an amazing prize courtesy of LakeLovers; three nights in a fabulous Lake District cottage. Today, the winner was chosen using Rafflecopter’s random generator, and I’m delighted to announce the lucky winner now… a Rafflecopter giveaway Carmen Jukes-Smith is the…

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New Competition: Win Three Nights in the Lake District

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The Lake District. England’s largest national park, home of the country’s highest mountain (Scafell Pike) and it’s deepest lake (Wastwater), is known as one of the most beautiful corners of the UK, and makes the perfect place for a mini-break. With 3,500 kilometres of rights of way, this epic park has…

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Competition Winners

Julian Pacific

A couple of weeks ago I launched another competition, this time to win one of two copies of Julian Sayer’s awesome new travel book, Life Cycles. Don’t forget to check out his guest post on my blog, There Were No Best Bits. The lucky winners were chosen at random by an…

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Travel Photography Competition – Top Ten

Cabo Beach, Parque Tayrona, Colombia

Apologies for the delay in publishing the ‘Top Ten’ for the Travel Photography Competition, decent wifi was pretty hard to come by in Bolivia! Thank you to everyone who entered – and commiserations to those who didn’t win, I wish I could have entered you all! There were some fantastic…

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Travel Photography Competition – Win A Camera!

The Lost World, Venezuela

Following the success of last year’s Travel Photography Competition Four Corners, I thought I’d launch another one! This time, the prize up for grabs is an awesome Nikon L820 30x Zoom 16MP Bridge Camera – a great way to capture your travel memories! The prize will go to the best travel…

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Four Corners Competition: Runner-Ups

Dangerous Currents

Yesterday, the eight winners of my Four Corners Travel Photography Competition were announced! However, there were so many fantastic entries in every category, that I wanted to give some special mentions to some of the entries that just missed out on the top spot. Sadly, I don’t have any runner-up prizes to…

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Four Corners Winners: Landscape

The Lost World, Venezuela

On Monday my fellow judge Sam Larner and I met to choose the winners for my Four Corners Travel Photography Competition, which I ran this month in association with Zinio. It’s a total competition cliché, but I can honestly say that choosing just two winners in each of the four categories was…

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Four Corners Winners: People

Couple at the Louvre

On Monday my fellow judge Sam Larner and I met to choose the winners for my Four Corners Travel Photography Competition, which I ran this month in association with Zinio. It’s a total competition cliché, but I can honestly say that choosing just two winners in each of the four categories was…

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Four Corners Winners: Cities

New York from the Rockerfeller Centre

On Monday my fellow judge Sam Larner and I met to choose the winners for my Four Corners Travel Photography Competition, which I ran this month in association with Zinio. It’s a total competition cliché, but I can honestly say that choosing just two winners in each of the four categories was…

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Four Corners Winners: Sense of Place

The Red Mill (Paris, France – 2012)

On Monday my fellow judge Sam Larner and I met to choose the winners for my Four Corners Travel Photography Competition, which I ran this month in association with Zinio. It’s a total competition cliché, but I can honestly say that choosing just two winners in each of the four…

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