Absolutely stunning photographs of the 2016 Siena International Photo Award winners

The winners of the 2016 Siena International Photo Awards show us a world of sublime diversity, and transcendent beauty from around the world.

For the past two years, Italy has been host to the Siena International Photo Awards. Recently, the 2016 competition was held, with participants from over 100 countries competing in 11 different categories. After the jury made their final decisions, the winners were announced in a ceremony late last year. The selections were simply transcendent. Through photography, the competitors revealed sublime snap-shots of life, nature, culture, time and space.  Without further adieu, it is our pleasure to present to you the winners of the Siena International Photo Awards 2016:

Danny Yen Sin Wong from Malaysia – making fishing nets in Vietnam. Winner of the open color category

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(Credits: Danny Wong)

Leyla Emektar from Turkey – Stunning strawberry greenhouses. Winner of the travel category

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(Credits: Leyla Emektar)

Giuseppe Mario Famiani from Italy – The Epic Power Of Nature. Winner of the nature category

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(Credits: Giuseppe Mario Famiani)

Greg Lecoeur from France – Sardine run, catching fish from air. Winner of the Siena photographer of the year

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(Credits: Greg Lecoeur)

Marcin Ryczek from Poland – This is Krakow and it’s the view from the Grunwald bridge. Winner of the monochrome category.

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(Credits: Marcin Ryczek)

Audun Rikardsen from Norway – The winner of the Wildlife category, Sharing resources photo in Tromsa, Norway.

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(Credits: Audun Rikardsen)

Audun Rikardsen from Norway – Urban skiing in the Arctic. Winner of the Sport category.

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(Credits: Audun Rikardsen)

Jacob Ehrbahn from Denmark – Refugee stream. Winner of the Storyboard category.

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(Credits: Jacob Ehrbahn)

Gianluca De Bartolo from Italy – The joy of an old farmer, Romania. Winner of the wine category.

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(Credits: Giantluca de Bartolo)

Mike Hollman from New Zealand – Warp speed. Taken in Japan. Winner of the architecture category.

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(Credits: Mike Hollman)

Antonius Andre Tjiu – Floating market in Malaysia. Came in third in the Travel category.

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(Credits: Antonius Andre Tjiu)

Isa Ebrahim – Jodhpur family, Rajasthan. Honorable Mention Travel Category.

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(Credits: Isa Ebrahim)

Hong Ding – Ripples in tea, China. Honorable Mention Travel Category.

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(Credits: Hong Ding)

Fuyang Zhou – Sprinkle Net. Remarkable Award Open Color Category.

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(Credits: Fuyang Zhou)

Ali Al Jajri – Light and shadows, Abu Dhabi. Runner Up Architecture Category.

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(Credits: Ali Al Jajri)
 
 
 
 
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