“Bikes of Hanoi” collection nominated for Sony Photography Awards
A collection of images titled “Bikes of Hanoi”, taken by photographer Jon Enoch, has been selected in the list of nominations for the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.
The “Bikes of Hanoi” collection has been chosen from 135,000 entries globally and is now set to progress to the final round of the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.
The collection, snapped entirely in Hanoi, has been named in the professional category of the competition.
The awards ceremony is scheduled to be held in London, the UK, on April 16.
Here are some of the images in the “Bikes of Hanoi” collection taken by Jon Enoch:
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