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2019 Earth Science Week photo competition winners announced

Antarctic ReflectionsThe Geological Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Earth Science Week photography competition, “Geoscience is for everyone”. 

For the first time, we welcomed photos taken around the world. The winning photographs showcase the rich diversity of environments in which our photographers, live, work, and travel.

First place is awarded to Ingrid Demaerschalk for ‘Antarctic Reflections’ (pictured). Second place goes to Rob Storrar for ‘Fresh Out the Box’, and third to Leith Livingstone for ‘Rainbow Mountain’*.

The 12 winning images will be printed in a 2020 calendar. All 12 images will also feature in a free exhibition at the Geological Society to mark Earth Science Week (12-20 October 2019).

Notes for editors

  1. High resolution images of the 12 winning photographs can be downloaded via WeTransfer. All images are free to use, provided the photographers are credited.
  2. The photographs will be on display at the Geological Society throughout October, from Monday 12th, subject to opening hours/availability – please contact enquiries@geolsoc.org.uk, tel: 0207 432 9944 for further information.
  3. Earth Science Week 2019 takes places from 12-20 October - for full details, visit our Earth Science Week page.
  4. The Geological Society of London, founded 1807, is a learned and professional body of over 12,000 Earth scientists with a remit to investigate, interpret, discuss, inform and advise on the nature and processes of the Earth, their practical importance to humanity, and, in the interests of the public, to promote professional excellence. The Society offers advice to Parliament and Government, at individual and corporate levels. Registered Charity No. 210161.
  5. The winning photographs, in the order they will appear in the calendar:

    Antarctic Reflections
    Niue Arch
    Interplay of Landscape and Geology
    Blistering Barnacles
    Cutting Through the Rockies
    Sossusvlei
    Geoscience is For Living On
    Rainbow Mountain
    Levant Tin and Copper Mine
    Malin Head Sunset
    Kings Canyon
    Fresh Out the Box

*Correction, Tuesday 15 October: Third place was previously incorrectly listed as going to Ben Craven for ‘Cutting Through the Rockies’. This has now been updated to reflect the correct ranking.