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Winners of the 2020 Epson International Pano Awards

The top-scoring panoramic photos entered in the 11th Epson International Pano Awards have just been announced. The contest is meant to showcase the best work of panoramic photographers around the world. Organizers reported that they received 5,859 entries from 1,452 photographers in 96 countries this year, competing for the top spots in five categories, for several special awards, and for some of the cash prizes offered. Contest organizers were once again kind enough to share some of the winners and top scorers here.

 

 

Spring Hibernation, Overall Winner, and Winner, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed near Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

© Matt Jackisch / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Dragon Eye, Highest Scoring Aerial Image, and Second Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Iceland.

© Manish Mamtani / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Light Explosion, 43rd Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed on Senja Island in Norway.

© Armand Sarlangue / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

The Hall Of Buddha, 15th Place, Amateur - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

© Tien Sang Kok / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Dot Matrix, 9th Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in London, England.

© Mathew Browne / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Summer Morning, 33rd Place, Amateur - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Italy's Dolomites.

© Krzysztof Browko / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

The Mind Game, 3rd Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Canada.

© Afshin Jafari / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

The Curve, 47th Place, Amateur - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Zaragoza, Spain.

© David Duce / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Colors of Inle Fabrics, 4th Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Inle Lake, Myanmar.

© Zay Yar Lin / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

The Road To The Dawn, 33rd Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Senja, Norway.

© Di Lu / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Milan Octagon, 20th Place, Amateur - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Milan, Italy.

© Pietro Madaschi / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Under the North Star, 2nd Place, Amateur - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed on the coast of the Barents Sea in Russia's Murmansk region.

© Vitaliy Novikov / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

84,000 Statues of Medicine Buddha, 36th Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Shimane, Japan.

© Shinya Itahana / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Light Fog, 39th Place, Amateur - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Texas.

© Eren Atis / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Rainbow and Red Rocks, 39th Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Utah.

© David Swindler / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Harbin Opera House, 21st Place, Amateur - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Harbin, China.

© Yaping Zhang / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Rivers of Iceland, 43rd Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in southern Iceland.

© Mieke Boynton / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Sahara, 39th Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Libya.

© Marsel van Oosten / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Leptis Magna, 36th Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Libya.

© Marsel van Oosten / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Floating Island, 12th Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Bled, Slovenia.

© Carsten Bachmeyer / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Convergence in the Dark, Curator's Award Winner, and 5th Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in central Utah.

© Armand Sarlangue / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Mine Waste, First Place, Open - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Collie, Australia.

© Colin Leonhardt / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

 

Civita-Birds-Eye, 27th Place, Amateur - Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy.

© Stefan Thaler / The 11th Epson International Pano Awards

 

                   

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