The Philippines’ ‘Chocolate Hills’ and a 19th-century Welsh lighthouse: More incredible images pour in for prestigious annual photography competition
- The Cewe annual ‘Photo Award’ competition invites amateur and professional photographers to enter images
- Catering to all interests, there are 10 subject categories including people, animals, nature and architecture
- Cewe has let MailOnline Travel offer a sneak preview of another set of images that have jumped out at judges
Breathtaking images continue to pour in, of subjects from the Philippines to Wales, for a prestigious annual photography competition.
They show that budding photographers will really have to really wow the judges if they stand any chance of grabbing their attention.
The annual Cewe Photo Award invites amateur and professional photographers from around the world to enter its contest and hundreds of thousands of entries have been submitted so far.
Catering to all interests, there are 10 subject categories – people, animals, nature, architecture and infrastructure, landscapes, humour, sport, food, travel and culture, and hobby and leisure.
For those who fancy trying to land a prize, submissions are open until June 2, with the winners announced at a glittering awards ceremony on September 25.
Here MailOnline Travel presents a new batch of images that are sure to be in the running as prize winners for 2019. Some are cute, some are dramatic – they’re all top quality.
Photographer Jörg Zeitler captured this stunning shot of the sun shining down on South Stack Lighthouse, which is on the summit of a small island off the north-west coast of Holy Island, Anglesey, Wales. It was built in 1809 and is 91ft tall
Alain Mazalrey managed to capture this heartwarming picture of a bird sitting on the nose of an impala. The image was captured inside Kruger National Park in South Africa
Photographer Robin Koehler captured this image of a woman looking out across the ‘Chocolate Hills’ in Bohol in the Philippines. This incredible geological formation consists of over 1,300 hills covering 19 square miles
An image captured by Livia Czank of a ballerina changing her costume during a performance in Budapest, Hungary
Mist drapes itself around the trees in a mesmerising shot taken next to Bratan Lake on the Indonesian island of Bali. The image was captured by photographer Alexandre Brochard
Photographer Angelica Taranenko shot this stunning close-up of a cicada resting on a branch amid thickets of moss in Krasnodar, Russia
Powerful waves crash against the Atlantic Ocean Road in Averoy, Norway. This image was snapped by Tor-Henrik Furmyr immediately after a storm
Alamsyah Rauf managed to capture this charming image of a group of boys playing football close to the airport on the Indonesian island of Papua
An artist makes a vase on a potter’s wheel in a picture taken by Nathalie Mamat in Badailhac, France, left. Pictured right is an image captured by Michael Vit showing a pair of bees in St Polten, Austria
Loic Mazalrey snapped this image, which he called ‘Fishermen return to Sri Lanka’, in the coastal city of Negombo in the west of the country
A large white heron takes flight with a fish in its beak in an image called ‘Touch’. It was captured by photographer Jean Pierre Van Coillie in Gujarat, India
A 15-year-old gymnast called Oliwia leaps across the sand in a dramatic image taken by Izabela Urbanisk in Lodz, Poland
Photographer Majid Rosley shot this image called ‘Chaye Man’ in Bhoa Hassan in Pakistan. Majid said that the man in the snap had been supplying hot chaye drinks to village shops for over 30 years