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Well, well, well. Whilst I’ve been busy editing my photographs it seems someone has been secretly submitting her travel writing to the upper echelons of the world of journalism. Clearly setting her sights higher than the sensationalist tabloid sailing blog she usually writes for, Liz has had her hard work recognised by The Daily Telegraph.

Her 500 word essay on the joys of sailing at night won this week’s Telegraph Travel Writing Competition.

“I am delighted to tell you that your article about sailing has been chosen as the winner in this week’s competition”, Michael Kerr, travel deputy editor, said in an email. “Thanks for a lovely little piece.”

It goes live online today (see link below) and will be published on the back page of tomorrow’s Telegraph Travel supplement.

Just back: towards the Arabian Sea dawn

You can read her essay here, or if you are in the UK you’ll be able to find it in Saturday’s print edition of The Telegraph. Go Liz!