Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shots of the horizon in this photo contest with chances to win a Feiyu G4 Plus 3-Axis Brushless Handheld Gimbal and more!

A special thanks to friend and professional photographer James Rushforth for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Having spent the last seven years exploring the mountains of Austria, Italy and Spain, James Rushforth is an experienced climber, mountaineer and skier. An internationally award-winning photographer and a published author, he has worked with prestigious publishing houses including Rockfax, Cicerone and FotoVue and has contributed to a number of magazines, websites and blogs. James Rushforth is part of the Norrøna Pro Team and is kindly supported by Breakthrough Photography and Landcrusing.

Grand Jury Winner

"I really like the composition and elegant understated simplicity of this image. The horizontal streak of light that draws your eye to the lone tree and horizon, the rolling hill to the right perfectly framed." - James Rushforth

Runner Up

"This image perfectly fits the ‘towards the horizon’ contest theme. The decking makes a perfect leading line towards a strong and interesting horizon that’s clearly defined. I like how the photographer has resisted the urge to use a long exposure as the ripples on the water really add to the shot." - James Rushforth

Runner Up

"This is an intriguing image that reminds me of ‘the day after tomorrow’, simultaneously telling a great story and raising a lot of interesting questions. The lone figure makes for a great foreground walks towards the frozen city, clearly defined against the horizon." - James Rushforth

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