Don’t look down.
The Ruwanwelisaya is a Buddhist shrine in the ancient city of Anuradhapura, in north-central Sri Lanka.
Clement De Silva’s extraordinary shot of a group painting the famously all-white dome is a poignant reminder that the 9 – 5 grind looks different around the world. For you, reader, it might involve excel spreadsheets in an air-conditioned office, or shovelling bricks on top of each other with the right amount of mortar. For these guys, a work day involves standing on a makeshift ladder 55-metres in the air, giving an ancient place of worship a fresh lick of paint.
Congratulations to Clement De Silva for winning our Frame Your View competition. Clement has scored an OM System camera for entering this incredible shot.
The quality of submissions never ceases to amaze get lost’s editors, every issue it's only getting harder and harder to choose a winner.
This issue we saw a particularly impressive bunch come through—from distant Mongolian sand dunes to urban Japan and onto a boat in the Thailand's Krabi region.
See above for the winner and scroll down for some highly commended shots.
The Mt Hagen Cultural Show is a fusion of colour and chaos, with tribes converging on Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea to display their distinctive singsings. Antony Philip’s lovely portrait of a young tribe member in the midst of things transports us to another place.
Photography © Antony Philip
It’s easy to feel small in the Mongol Els sand dunes.
Photography © Mark Daffey
Entering the Krabi region, southern Thailand, by boat.
Photography © Sabrina Leviton
The warm hues of an Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park sunset.
Photography © Tess Mazzella
Chaos and lights—downtown Tokyo at night.
Photography © Jennifer Swanton