“Oxford Christmas Light Festival” – November 2018 Photo Contest

 

Congratulations to all our winners!

Drum roll please! I am delighted to announce the winners of our “Light and Shadow” Photo Contest

First Place with 21 votes
Luxmuralis Son et Lumière: Hidden at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History by Darrell Godliman

Joint Second Place with 19 votes
Multaka at the Museum of the History of Science by Sandra Lopes

Joint Second Place with 19 votes
Lantern Parade in Radcliffe Square by Andrew Wang

Third Place with 18 votes
Ovada Light Cube in Broad Street by Darrell Godliman

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Special congratulations to Darrel on coming first and third! For a first timer it’s a really good achievement 😉

Come back to see his soon-to-be-published Member Spotlight interview, where you can see Darrel photography story, tips, tricks, and a selection of his best pictures.

A big THANK YOU to ALL our members who joined us on the photo walk, and entered the photo contest. You were a really fun and friendly crowd, and I’m glad some of you were able to join us for a chat and some well-earned refreshments.

If you haven’t yet had a chance, I strongly encourage you to have a look at our Photo Contest albums where you’ll see the other great shots taken by our members during previous Photo Walks. I also recommend that you read the interviews with past winners, which are full of great photography anecdotes, as well as our winners’ gallery.

When’s the next walk?

Keep an eye on our Facebook group, Instagram and here on our website.

All the best,

Luis

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