Historic Photographer of the Year 2020

Historic Photographer of the year award winners

Overall Winner - Michael Marsh - The Brighton Palace Pier. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.

Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture 'history all around us', in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation's most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned 'standing in the full force of weather and time'.

Shortlisted - Ron Tear - Wreck on the shore of Loch Linnie. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.

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Shortlisted - Scott Antcliffe - Scarsdale Hall. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Winner - Where History Happened - Martin Chamberlain - Palmyra, Syria. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Winner - Historic England - Adam Burton - St Michaels Church, Burrow Mump, Somerset. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - James - Slate Mine, Mid Wales. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Roman Robroek -Budapest . See SWNS story SWNNhistoric. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Elana Pakhalyuk - Church of the Good Shepherd, New Zealand. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Bjørn Andre Hagen - Notodden, Norway. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Gillian McDonald -Taj-Mahal. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Diana Buzoianu - Hadleigh Castle ruins. See SWNS story SWNNhistoric. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Dmitry Bogdanov - St. Basil's Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - James Smith - Whitby Abbey. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.
Shortlisted - Michael Marsh - The Maunsell Forts, Thames Estuary, Kent. Skydivers over the Great Pyramids of Giza and a Welsh farmhouse are just some of the astonishing pictures from the 2020 Historic Photographer of the Year Awards. The awards called on photographers to capture “history all around us”, in the form of historical places and cultural sites around the world. Astonishing images of civilisation’s most iconic landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, Pompeii and the Palace of Versailles are just some of the historical sites featured. But the Overall Winner out of thousands of entries in the worldwide competition was awarded to Michael Marsh, for his sombre picture of Brighton Palace Pier, captioned “standing in the full force of weather and time”.