Photographic Show 2019

Photographic Show 2019

photographic show 2019

 

As part of our Special Spring Meeting at Lenham on Sunday 24 March 2019 we held a photographic competition.

Here are the winning images in each of the six classes.

Click on an image to view full size and to scroll through each class, and F11 for a full screen experience.

 

Class 1

A close-up of the detail of part of a plant.

For example, stamens, veins in a flower or leaf, markings on a seedpod or stem etc.

Class 2

A close-up of part of a plant.

For example, one or more whole flowers, buds, leaves, stems, seed heads etc.

Class 3

A picture of a whole plant

Class 4

A season in the garden.

A group of two or more plants, or a garden view, that encapsulates a particular season.

Class 5

Garden ornament.

A garden view showing an attractive man-made ornamental feature, such as statuary, urns or pots, seats, garden structures, gates, etc.

Class 6

Garden visitors.

A light-hearted look at the people, animals, birds, insects, even pests, that you have spotted visiting the garden.

Best in Show

 

Gate at Rousham. Class 5, Virginia Oakes

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