The 2016 Sony World Photography Award winners have just been announced. This year's top pictures in the world's largest photography competition did everything from take a conceptual look at Mars to capture current events in the moment to snap a rhino on an arid desert walk.
of the winning and shortlisted works will be on display at Somerset House in London from April 22 through May 8.
Here we take a look at some of the winners, beginning with "Fire of Hatred," the L'Iris d'Or winner taken by Iran's Asghar Khamseh. It shows a victim of acid throwing, a violent act committed primarily against women and children, the intent of which is to disfigure, maim and destroy the social life and future of the victim.
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