2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners Announced

2 December 2011

BERKELEY—Berkeley Study Abroad (BSA) has announced the winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest. Every fall, BSA hosts its annual Study Abroad Photo Contest for returned UC Berkeley study abroad students.

This year’s competition featured a total of 142 photo entries from participants on 2010-11 BSA programs. A winner and two runners up were chosen in each of the following categories: Landscapes; People and Culture; and Bears Abroad.

To view all of the photo contest entries, visit the BSA Flickr page at http://www.flickr.com/photos/31722631@N06/sets/72157628030661278/.

Landscapes

Winner
“Sunset in the Cinque Terra” by Shiantel Fields / Manarola, Italy

First Runner-Up
“Frozen Fjords” by Melissa Hong / Kiruna, Sweden

Second Runner-Up
“In South Africa a Rainbow Signifies a Monkey’s Wedding” by Caroline van Wissenkirke / Drakensberg, South Africa

People and Culture

Winner
“Sacred Cow in a Sacred City” by Kira Charlesworth / Varanasi, India

First Runner-Up
“Sinbad” by Danielle Moultak / Essaouira, Morocco

Second Runner-Up
“A Lasting Legacy” by Katherine Connolly / Berlin, Germany

Bears Abroad

Winner
“Waters of Kiliminjaro” by Trevor Allen / Tanzania

First Runner-Up
“Escadaria Selaron” by Samuel Contreras / Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Second Runner-Up
“Cal Bears In Atacama” by Maria Hurtado / San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

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One Response to 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners Announced

  1. These are fantastic! Although…I thought the second runner up in Landscapes should have won. Amazing photo.

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