Year Abroad Photo Competition: September-November 2016

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Over the past three months, Modern Languages students studying abroad around the world have been submitting entries to a photo competition. This gallery contains the winning three photos and every entry submitted.

Click through to see all of the pictures along with information about why and where they were taken.

September Photo Competition Winner – ‘Sunset in Paradise’ taken by Stephen Earls in Rio De Janiero, Brazil

October Photo Competition winner – ‘When A Rainy Week Finally Came To An End’ taken by Chloe Connolly in Toledo, Spain

November Photo Competition winner – ‘Mexican Paradise’ taken by Kristin Barrett at Las Minas Viejas, San Luis Potosí, México

September – ‘Lac Léman’ taken by Andrea Perng in Geneva, Switzerland

September – ‘Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències‘ taken by Sam Richardson in Valencia, Spain

September – ‘Sunset’ taken by Alice Tildsley in Paris, France

October – ‘Brandenburger Tor’  taken by Bridie Strachan in Berlin, Germany

October – ‘Torres de Serrans’ taken by Sam Richardson in Valencia, Spain

October – ‘Autumn in Germany’ taken by Izzy Kimber in Königsforst in Köln, Germany

October – ‘Madrid Sunset’ taken by Sam Arnold in Retiro Park, Madrid, Spain

October – ‘Late afternoon in Seville’ taken by Florence Sharman in Seville, Spain

October – ‘Place de la Concorde’ taken by Alice Tildsley in Paris, France

October – ‘View from the top of a petrified waterfall’ taken by Kristin Barrett in Oaxaca, Mexico

November – ‘They weren’t very chatty’ taken by James Brown in Milan, Italy

November – ‘4 Castle Walls’ taken by Connie May in Castelfranco, Italy

November – ‘Playa de la Malvarrosa’ taken by Sam Richardson in Valencia, Spain

November – ‘Autumn in Paris’ taken by Alice Tildsley in Paris, France

November – ‘Life Goes By’ taken by Stephen Earls in Vila Canoas, Brazil

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Deputy Editor 2017-18, International Editor 2015-17. Languages graduate interested in Latin America, world news, media and politics.

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