Honor Roll: Historic Photographer of the Year 2019

By David Schonauer   Tuesday December 3, 2019

The Historic Photographer of the Year contest has announced the winners and shortlisted images of its third-annual competition. The work, notes New Atlas, features everything from ancient stone circles in the UK to Islamic architecture in Pakistan. Contest judges apply not only aesthetic criteria when choosing winners, but also add weight to the historical narrative behind each image. The top prize goes to French photographer Stéphane Hurel for a shot of artificial harbors, called Mulberry harbors, used in the D-Day invasion of Normandy.

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