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2015 Photo of the Year winner is announced

2015 Photo of the Year winner is announced

Our 2015 Photo of the Year competition saw many hundreds of photo entries taken all over the world, but there could only be five finalists and one winner.

After hundreds of votes between the five photos, which you can see here, we are excited to have a winner.

And the prize goes to...



... Mr T Mason, with his dramatic photo of Mount Gangapurna.

Mr Mason captured his winning entry on our Annapurna Circuit trek in Nepal. As the winner of our photo competition he has won £150 off a future holiday with Mountain Kingdoms, congratulations Mr Mason!

Here's what he had to say about the moment he captured his prize-winning shot:

"On Day 8, a rest day in Manang, we went on a side trip up some 300M for acclimatization. I walked to the end of a small ridge and looked up at the Gangapurna to see the wonderful cloud formation behind the mountain and took the picture".


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