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by Laura C. Mallonee on June 16, 2014

A lone, black figure trudges across an icy glacier. Jagged, snow-dusted mountains tower on the horizon. The scene resembles a still in a dreamy, futuristic space film, and looking at it fills me with a vague sense of longing. It may come as a surprise, then, that it was captured on an iPhone at the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina by Julio Lucas, who has been named 2014 Photographer of the Year in the eighth annual iPhone Photography Awards. People in 17 countries, from Taiwan to Canada, submitted entries to the contest’s 17 categories.

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