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Historic Photographer of The Year 2018 winners revealed

The Historic Photographer of the Year Awards has attracted astonishing entries from amateurs and professionals who have climbed, hiked and trekked their way to snap stunning historic places from every corner of the globe, from iconic landmarks to far-flung forgotten ruins. Check them out!
This stunning photograph was taken by Daniel Burton and is the overall winning image, capturing the remote medieval island commune of Mont Saint-Michel, in France. It is one of the most recognisable and visited historical landmarks in the region. This photograph shows the curious land formations known locally as Les Méandres. The channels fill up in late afternoon and reflect the setting sun to create a mirror pool effect.
photograph of medieval island commune of Mont Saint-MichelDaniel Burton
The 2018 awards saw the introduction of new specialist categories, including English History, Ancient History and Short Filmmaker of the Year. This atmospheric photograph of the Callanish Stone Circle was shot by David Ross and won the Ancient History category.
photograph of the Callanish Stone CirclDavid Ross
This sci-fi-esque snap of the Red Sands Sea Forts won the English History category and was taken by Mark Edwards. Entries were judged on originality, composition and technical ability alongside the story behind the submission and its historical impact.
the Red Sands Sea FortsMark Edwards
Here's an image of the Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnel in Newcastle, which made the shortlist. Have you ever seen a wooden escalator like this? It's reported to be the longest wooden escalator in the world!
image of the Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnel in NewcastleGeorge Ledger
This is the Jaisalmer Fort in Rajasthan, India. It is believed to be one of the very few ‘living forts’ in the world, as nearly one fourth of the old city's population still lives within the fort. The massive yellow sandstone walls are a tawny lion colour during the day, fading to honey-gold as the sun sets, which camouflages the fort in the yellow desert. For this reason it is also known as the Golden Fort.
Jaisalmer Fort in Rajasthan, India.Rajesh Dhar
This magical photograph captures St Michael's Mount in Cornwall and was taken by David Ross who waited until late at night - when all the tourists had gone home - to take this impressive snap!
St Michael's Mount in CornwalDavid Ross
Fancy living on a street this colourful! This shortlisted entry is of the eye-catching Santa Catalina Arch in Guatemala’s city of Antigua. It was declared a national monument in 1944.
Santa Catalina Arch in Guatemala’s city of AntiguaDaniel Burton