In the last competition of the year, we welcomed Naomi Saul to judge the print and digital Image of the Year. First up were 21 digital images ranging from creative images through to classic nature and landscape shots. Naomi held back 9 on her shortlist before settling on Roy Scrivener’s ‘The Artist’ as the winner.
After the break, we turned to the prints. There were 16 entries and 7 were held back and in with a chance of scooping the title. The winner was Di Jackson’s ‘Compromised Mountain Hare’.
Congratulations to our winners and runners up. You can see their images below.
|THE ARTIST by Roy Scrivener
|COMPROMISED MOUNTAIN HARE by Di Jackson
|2nd place LITTLE OWL by Sandie Jardine
|3rd place DREAMY COSMOS by Jan Murphy
|Highly Commended FLAT AROUND CORUM by Christine Frost
|Highly Commended CATCH OF THE DAY by Robin Orrow
|Highly Commended LOOKING INTO EMPTINESS by Stephen Gregory
|Highly Commended BOAT GRAVEYARD by Francesca Shearcroft
|Commended HARE WASHING by Caroline Tillett
|Commended MONGOOSE by Diana Graham
|2nd CAMBODIAN MONK by Carol Martin
|3rd ACCELERATING INTO THE STRAIGHT by Andy Caws
|Highly Commended LOWER MANHATTAN SKYLINE REFLECTING IN HUDSON by Jan Murphy
|Highly Commended LONE HARBOUR SEAL by Jack Mitchell
|Commended MALE STONECHAT ON BRAMBLE by Christine Frost
|Commended FARNE FROM BAMBURGH by Roy Scrivener