Historic Photographer of the Year 2021 – category winner

I’m so chuffed to say that my photo of Clifton Suspension Bridge in the mist has won the Historic England category of the 2021 Historic Photographer of the Year awards. The morning I took this was a particularly surreal one – the mist sweeping across the city, under the bridge and through the Avon Gorge, like a giant river. It was, and always is, an incredible thing to witness.

I also found out that a further 3 photos were shortlisted as well, including one of Burrow Mump at night and two Corfe Castle images. Needless to say, it’s a bit mindblowing!

You can see coverage of the awards and photos on the news websites here – BBC, Guardian, Daily Mail, The Times, Amateur Photographer and Der Spiegel!