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Photography Competition …Travel in focus

| 07 Dec 2017

The winning images to the Compass photography competition are all below – be sure to comment on your favourite one, or enter the competition next time for your chance to win!

We received a number of remarkable images for this issue’s photography competition, making it very hard to pick our favourite! Congratulations to this issue’s winner, Ray Barnes, who received an Eagle Creek Actify 26” wheeled rucksack in sage green, worth £159.99.

Still Smiling by Ray Barnes

For the next issue, Compass has teamed up with Billingham to offer you the chance to win a Billingham 72 high quality camera bag, worth £100, designed to conveniently carry a small camera, lenses and accessories. Reinforced with top-grain leather and solid brass fittings, the bag comes with a serial number and 5-year guarantee (choice of five colour combinations available; camera not included).

Enter the next issue’s competition

To enter our next competition, please follow the instructions here, or send an email of your entry to compass@coxandkings.co.uk. Be sure to include a 40-word caption about the image(s), and that the photograph was taken in a Cox & Kings destination. Please make sure you also agree to the terms and conditions of the competition before entering.

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Commended

The Jungle Track by Thomas Sweetman

Driving into the mountains for sunrise in northern Thailand, I came across an off-road track that led 5km up a steep ledge, just wide enough for the 4×4. It was 20 minutes of slow driving with a couple of landslides en route. Half way along I stopped to take this shot with my drone.

The Jungle Track - Thomas Sweetman

Commended

Amazon Kingfisher by Gerry Zambonini

This kingfisher was pictured in Caño Negro, a wonderful place for birdwatching. These kingfishers are widely distributed in Central and South America. They are easily disturbed and always on the move so getting a shot was not easy.

Amazon Kingfisher - Gerry Zambonini

Please feel free to comment about the images, or join the conversation on our Facebook page. Otherwise, if this has inspired you to enter the next Travel in Focus photography competition, please click here and follow the instructions.



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