Perceptive Travel Announces Winners of Remarkable Photo Contest

Narrative webzine Perceptive Travel's annual remarkable photo contest draws entries from 19 countries and posts winners from India and the United States.

Nashville, TN, February 10, 2010 --( Perceptive Travel, a web magazine featuring narrative stories from published book authors, has announced winners in its latest Remarkable Photo Contest. Two of the winners and several nominated for honorable mentions hailed from India, while others were from the U.S., Australia, Bangladesh, and Iran.

First Prize: Sudip Roychoudhury of Kolkatta, India

Second Prize: Sudipto Das of Kolkatta, India

Third Prize: Bill Norman of Tucson, Arizona, USA

"The judges and I were stunned by the quality we saw in the more than 300 submissions we received for the latest installment of the annual Remarkable Photo Contest," says Tim Leffel, editor of Perceptive Travel. "Any of the 40 finalist photos would be suitable for publication in a major magazine and the three judges had a tough time picking the winners."

The three judges were professional travel photographers Steve Davey, Rick Sammon, and Terence Carter. Contest prizes were provided by Casio, Tifosi Optics, and PacSafe.

To see all the winners and honorable mention placements, visit

To read some of the best travel stories from authors on the move, visit Perceptive Travel webzine.

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