The Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society has now been extended until Sunday 2nd September.
The exhibition showcases the most remarkable travel photography from all over the world, including the evocative images of reindeer herders in northern Russia by Sergey Anisimov, winner of the Explore sponsored ‘cultures and traditions’ category.
We are proud sponsors of the event and whilst there you can enter a competition to win an Explore Tailormade trip to Cambodia.
The exhibition is displayed on the terrace and gardens of the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, and will now run until 2nd September 2012. Also included in the exhibition are some wonderful archive photographs from the Society’s own collection, as well as a series of portraits of the Dalai Lama shot by the 2007 winner Cat Vinton. For more information, see www.tpoty.com/exhibitions
The 2012 exhibition is open to the public daily (including weekends and public holidays) until 2nd September. Admission is FREE. The exhibition is open from 9.30am-5pm (Monday to Saturday) and from 10am-4pm (Sunday) - with special late opening over the Olympics period, until 8pm from 28th July to 11th August.
Explore Calendar Competition
We're still collecting entries for our 2013 calendar competition. If you’d like the chance for your photograph to be featured, simply pick out your favourite high resolution images and email them to us by 31st October 2012. As well as your photo appearing in the calendar, Travel Photographer of the Year have kindly given us 12 copies of their publication "Journey Four" to give away as prizes. This beautiful book includes the latest winning images - and the stories behind them - from the Travel Photographer of the Year awards.