Landscape Photo Award
I was really delighted to have been awarded a Highly Commended in the SWPP (Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers) monthly competition for Landscapes.
The image was of Showery Tor on Bodmin Moor. When I took the photo, it was a beautiful August day, but there wasn't a sole to be seen. My family flew their kite in the valley below while I explored the Tors. It was very tranquill, with beautiful views out to the Cornish coast in one direction, moorland in the other, with Brown Willy in the distance. The area is renown for having its own weather micro-climate known as the Brown Willy effect.
I was awarded Highly Commended for the black and white image. I think this really shows the contrast in the stones. But do you prefer it in colour?
More of my Cornish images can be viewed at http://www.tinawingphotography.co.uk/p1026926234
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