After my last post on the EPSON International Pano Awards I wasn’t planning on doing another photography post. But it proved so popular I thought I should do another. But rather than just choose ones that hadn’t made the cut, I thought I’d choose my favourites from the previous years of the competition. They were so striking I cheekily added an extra one. Which one jumps out most at you?
Photographers from top: Mateusz Piesiak, Brett Granum, Ales Krivec, David Martin, Paul Cincotta, Sean Heavey, Francisco Negroni, Anita Erdmann and Jason Pineau
The 4th one
It’s magical. A hidden world.
Do I have to choose one?
My word! How could a panel choose just one? These are the runner-ups??
The funny thing is, not many of the winners made it within my 17 photos (including the previous post). All art is very subjective, but photography especially. What is nice about the website is that it ie easy to see every nomination from the past nine years.
I like these posts of yours.
Thanks. I’ve been doing these longer than I realised. I think you’ll like this one from a few years ago 🙂
Wow! So hard to choose. These are incredible! Thanks for sharing these, Alex!
I know. They all offer something. Some are striking, some are spectacular, some are soothing.
Yes indeed! And the timing… to be there with the camera at just the right moment. I know that’s a result of patience not just fate!
And even then you don’t always get the shot!
My favourites: Tiny tree in the snowscape, followed closely by tiny tree in the circular storm cloud. (I suppose you’ll think my choice is a bit wooden and I should branch out.)
Ha! I really do love the snowstorm one. Just so calming. Hard to leaf the others out. Would probably stump others.
That’s interesting. For a minute I thought I was barking up the wrong tree.
That makes me pine for your stories!
Oh fir goodness sake!
Yep we should end it here before we get sycamore puns.
That one wins!!
Thanks. I hope you have your one up soon 😊
I like the last one the best…beauty in the sky highlights the emptiness and loneliness below.
Like a very own snow globe 🙂
This is a powerful selection. My favorite is the snow landscape with that little tree by itself saying “well, am still there”… Alex, Thank you once more for sharing!
As good a metaphor as any 🙂 I really like it too. It relaxes me just looking at it.
They are all awesome!
Thanks. I put a lot of thought into the choices.
David Martin and Anita’s snow scene are my favs
I know. That snow scene is just fantastic. I find it so calming to look at. And that would be some cave to be in. I love powerful skies so third and fifth photos grab me so much. Skylines like that always inspire me to write.