The Royal Horticultural Society has just announced the winners for their 2013 Photographic Competition. Covering eight categories, the successful entrants were shown in Details, Garden and People, Plants, Season and Wildlife and Young Photographer and Children’s Photographer. Here are my eight favourites. Do you have a favourite?
The neatly taken Pigeons Over My Garden by Laura Grimsley was highly commended in the Young Photographer category. Just need them to spell Alex next time 😉
Who wouldn’t want to see this looking outside your window every day? Morning Magic by Annette Lepple was highly commended in the Gardens category.
I was born in Autumn and it’s always been my favourite season. This ethereal effort entitled Autumn Light by Brett Critchley won first prize in the Seasons category.
The magnificent Winter Morning at Water’s Edge by Lee Beel could almost be a painting, and won second prize in the Seasons category.
Getting second prize in the Wildlife category, Angry Bee by Jason Canning is a striking photo that shows real flair and detail.
Nature is full of the most delicate beauty, as wonderfully captured by Sarah-fiona Helme in her photo Winter Pose in the Wildlife category.
The subtle, dreamy photograph Cold Frame by William Black in was highly commended in the Seasons category.