Photography Competition: Trees in the Lewes Townscape

As part of its Lewes Urban Arboretum project, The Friends of Lewes invited entries for a photography competition. The last day for submissions was 1 October 2013.

The subject is “Trees in the Lewes Townscape”. A tree, trees, or part of a tree should play a major role in the composition, which should capture the contribution of trees to our townscape.

Submitted Entries:

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Junior Category

 

George Cade

Junior winning entry:

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Lewes Castle, © George Cade

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Early Summer Evening at The Grange – 1, © George Cade

George_Cade_Early_Summer_Evening_at_The_Grange_2

Early Summer Evening at The Grange – 2, © George Cade

Adult Category

Robin Bath

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Laburnum Arch, All Saints © Robin Bath

Robin_Bath_The Dorset_Apple_Tree

The Dorset Apple Tree, © Robin Bath

Robin_Bath_Crab_Apples_in_the_Snow

Crab Apples in the Snow, © Robin Bath

 

Anne Bostwick

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Southover Grange Mulberry, © Anne Bostwick

 

Paul McDonald

Adult winning entry:

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Path to Offham from Landport, © Paul McDonald

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Trees are for children and dogs! © Paul McDonald

 

Mary Parker

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Wheatley Elms at Victoria Hospital, © Mary Parker

 

Bob Russell

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The Grange, © Bob Russell

Bob_Russell_Along_the_Ouse_at_Malling_Fields

Along the Ouse at Malling Fields, © Bob Russell

Bob_Russell_Into_the_Railway_Land

Into the Railway Land, © Bob Russell

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