Mist-shrouded churches, eerie shipwrecks and magical doorways: The incredible winning images in the Historic Photographer of the Year 2020 contest | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Mist-shrouded churches, eerie shipwrecks and magical doorways: The incredible winning images in the Historic Photographer of the Year 2020 contest

Photographers were told to submit their 'most astonishing imagery of the places which dominate our past'
The overall winning image is a transfixing shot of Grade II-listed Brighton Palace Pier by Michael Marsh

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