Cat Vinton, a London-based travel photographer, recently became the first female winner of the 5th annual Travel Photographer of the Year competition. Vinton’s beautiful photos depict life in the frigid north of Norway, as well as nomadic life in Mongolia. A 14-year-old Canadian girl named Luna Malka won the Young Travel Photographer of the Year contest, which had a theme this year of Fragile Earth. Check out her winning shots, which are so much better than anything I’ve ever taken it’s almost depressing.
Think you have what it takes to win next year’s competition? Find out some of the entry requirements here. This year’s prize pool was £50,000 (US $1 zillion) worth of prizes and it included a chance to photograph the Dalai Lama in India.
Check out the full story from the Times Online.