WINNER OF THE 2018 PHOTO OF THE YEAR

2018 featured some interesting observations from the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, Argentina to the little known secrets of New York City. We gathered some of the more intriguing sights every month in order to select the 2018 Photo of the Year.

The votes came in almost unanimously for March 2018’s candidate, TORRES DEL PAINE, CHILE.

Photo of the Year 2018

Below are the year’s other contenders and the winners from 2017 and 2016.

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JANUARY

Is this the photo of the year?

Sailing into the New Year, South Beach, Florida, USA

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FEBRUARY

Guanacos in Patagonia, Chile

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MARCH

Torres del Paine, the photo of the year?

Torres del Paine, Chile

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APRIL

Pia Glacier, Chile

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MAY

Pia Glacier, photo of the year?

Patagonian glaciers, Straits of Magellan, Chile

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JUNE

Yes, I’m beautiful, Kyoto, Japan

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JULY

Golden Pavilion, Kyoto, Japan

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AUGUST

Japanese lantern, Japan

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SEPTEMBER

Madison Square Park, New York City

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OCTOBER

Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland

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NOVEMBER

El Moro, Havana, Cuba

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DECEMBER

Three camels, the tri-camelate,  at Wadi Rum, Jordan

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Winners from previous years are a hard act to follow and include:

2017 WINNER PHOTO OF THE YEAR

Ay Mama Ine, Holguin, Cuba

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2016 WINNER PHOTO OF THE YEAR

Children in Trinidad, Cuba

The Colors of Cuba, Trinidad, Cuba

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