Shortlist for Instagram Photography Awards showcases incredible snaps from across the world

Shortlist for Instagram Photography Awards showcases incredible snaps from across the world

- in Usa News

AN elderly man haggling on a Moroccan market, an Arsenal fan overjoyed by a goal, and an acrobatic fisherman in Myanmar are just some of the subjects to appear on the shortlist of this year’s Photobox Instagram Photography Awards.

The judges have whittled a staggering 100,000 of the best photographs shared on the social media platform down to 200 finalists.

Categories include fashion, festivals, travel, and pets, with the best in each group to be announced at a ceremony in London on October 10 and a £5,000 prize on offer for the best photo overall.

Scroll down to see some of the remarkable snaps people have shared this year.

A elderly man attempts to sell his hen at a Moroccan market


St Mary’s Lighthouse in Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear[/caption]


An Arsenal fan celebrates an opening goal by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang[/caption]

A park avenue in Northern Ireland


A drone photo of boats arriving back to shore in Senegal[/caption]


A bird’s eye view of a surfer in Australia[/caption]


A lone tree against a striking pink sky in Snowdonia, Wales[/caption]


An acrobatic fisherman in Inle Lake, Myanmar as the sun sets[/caption]


A male Northern Chinese panther[/caption]


A woman perches on a statue in northern Vietnam’s Red River Delta[/caption]

Denis Pourcher

A row of shops in the city of Clermont-Ferrand in southern France[/caption]

A row of camels march across the desert in Morocco

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