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Canadian Geographic rewards the photos of the year 2022

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Canadian Geographic has chosen Alan Poelman of Atikokan, Ontario as its 2022 Photographer of the Year. Poelman captured a photo of a lynx looking directly at his camera.

“I was near a lake that I used to go to as a kid and saw him jump across the road,” Poelman said of the photo in a Friday press release. “I have never been more excited by a photo than by meeting the lynx.”

Poelman received the grand prize of $5,000 for his photo, which caught the judges’ attention for its depth, quality and scope. The photo was chosen from over 6,400 entries.

“Good photography comes down to a combination of location, timing and skill,” Canadian Geographic editor Alexandra Pope said in the press release. “Each of the winning images tells a compelling story and is a testament to the talent and passion of our photographic community.”

Photos were judged by the editorial and design team at Canadian Geographic, as well as photographer Scott Forsyth, photographer Mark Raycroft and Kim MacDonald of the Weather Network. The list of entries has been narrowed down to 12 photos belonging to one of four categories.

Jeremy Klager won the Epic Landscapes category for his photo of Prince Edward Island’s famous Teacup Rock, which was destroyed weeks later by Hurricane Fiona.

A long exposure of the waves crashing against the red rocks of Prince Edward Island lends a sense of timelessness to this shot of the island’s famous ‘Teacup Rock’, which was swept away by Hurricane Fiona a few weeks after the photo was taken. (Jeremy Klager – CNW Group/Royal Canadian Geographical Society)

Jean-Simon Bégin, who was named 2021 Photographer of the Year, won the Wildlife in Action category for his photo of a red fox. The fox can be seen crossing the east coast of Newfoundland after a storm.

The City Life category was won by David Paul, who took a photo of a Toronto construction worker walking through a winter storm. The portrait showcases the worker’s “courage and determination”, the press release read.

Jeff Wizniak chased a shot from a hitting tornado near Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan in July 2022 that won the Weather, Seasons and Sky categories.

Canadian Geographic rewards the photos of the year 2022A red fox descends a rocky slope after a rain storm on the east coast of Newfoundland. (Jean-Simon Bégin – CNW Group/Royal Canadian Geographical Society)

Winning images will be published in the March/April issue of Canadian Geographic.

Canadian Geographic Photos of the Year 2022 – Full List of Winners

Epic landscapes

Winner – Jeremy Klager, Calgary

Finalist – Brandon Broderick, Tumbler Ridge, BC

Honorable Mention – Lisa Bourgeault, Calgary

Wildlife in action

Winner – Jean-Simon Bégin, Quebec

Finalist – Charles Dion, Magog, Que.

Honorable Mention – Norrie Franko, Wellandport, Ont.

City life

Winner – David Paul, East York, Ont.

Finalist – Gabor Dosa, Surrey, BC

Honorable Mention – Justin Jasmins, Courtice, Ont.

Weather, seasons and sky

Winner – Jeff Wizniak, Saskatoon

Finalist – Adrian Yu, Toronto

Honorable Mention – Adam Coish, Toronto

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