“Jericho Photo walk” – February 2019 Photo Contest

 

Congratulations to all our winners!

Drum roll please! I am delighted to announce the winners of our “Contrast” Photo Contest, and what a close run contest it was !!

Due to an error during the submission of some of the photo contest entries, the wrong photographer was identified as having entered “Chequers” and “My Shiny New Car”. Apologies to Ed Hughes for listing your photos as Greg Hughes.

Joint First Place with 17 votes
“Chequers” by Ed Hughes
“New vs Old” by Steve Forse
“No. 32” by Steve Forse

Second Place with 16 votes
“Foliage House” by Uxia Paz Prieto

Third Place with 15 votes
“My Shiny New Car” by Ed Hughes

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Special congratulations to Ed and Steve, sharing first place with quite different interpretations of Contrast found around Jericho.

Read their Member Spotlight interviews, where you can see their photography story, tips, tricks, and a selection of their 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 a well-earned drink afterwards.

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?

We’re working on that – Keep an eye on our Facebook group, Instagram and here on our website.

All the best

Steve

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