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First Place

Crummock waters by steve stain

Comments (2) Submitted on 2nd July 2017


We Will Walk Up The Avenue Till We're There by frederick hodder
Picture Taken on the Swindon highworth road.
Comments (2) Submitted on 1st July 2017


Gilsland by Nancy Brown
A lovely waterfall on Spadeadam land, worth the scramble to get to see
Comments (2) Submitted on 3rd July 2017


Crammel Linn waterfall on Spadeadam land near to Gilsland Spa by Nancy Brown
Just a quite remote waterfall, but worth the scramble to get there, birds and wild flowers abound
Comments (2) Submitted on 3rd July 2017

Second Place

St Andrew's South doorway, Little Snoring by Chris Rawson
This unique south doorway consists of three arches
Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


The Church of St. Andrews, Little Snoring by Chris Rawson
Churches with round towers appear to date from before the Norman Conquest in 1066
Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


Isolated House on Piggford Moor, Wildboarclough, Cheshire by AJTooth

Comments (1) Submitted on 19th July 2017


The Old Water Pump, The Street, Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire 2016 by Ray Bird

Comments (1) Submitted on 7th July 2017


St Margaret of Antioch Church, Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire 2016 by Ray Bird

Comments (1) Submitted on 7th July 2017


Binham priory, Binham by Chris Rawson

Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


Binham Priory, Binham, Norfolk by Chris Rawson
St Mary's Priory, Binham. The priory was founded in the late 11th century
Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


The roof, Ranworth Church by Chris Rawson

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The screen, Ranworth by Chris Rawson
St Helen’s, sometimes called the ‘Cathedral of the Broads’, was completed in its present form by about 1450
Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


Low tide at Sandyhills by Nancy Brown
Walking my dog, seeing the wind turbines miles away in Workington, Cumbria
Comments (1) Submitted on 5th July 2017


Chapel Garden by Marita Mersch

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Portmeirion by Marita Mersch

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Portmeirion by Marita Mersch

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Armathwaite/cotehill/, High Stand woods by Nancy Brown
A little lake hidden deep in these woods, fishermens heaven
Comments (1) Submitted on 7th July 2017


Shillingstone Dorset by Graham Rains
A flock of rooks come home to roost in the fading light. Hollybrook, Shillingstone, 2017.
Comments (1) Submitted on 8th July 2017


Towthorpe Moor Lane, Strensall, York by Steve Gray
Sometimes it's good to be out early, particularly when the sunrise is so magnificent. And look what a sturdy tripod can do!!!!
Comments (1) Submitted on 16th July 2017

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