New Forest, Hampshire.
I’m pleased to say that this photo won the ‘Your View’ category in the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012 competition.
Update 16 May 2013
Throughout June, there will be an exhibition of a selection of images from all years of the Awards travelling to some of the biggest stations in the UK. The display stand will be two-sided, with one side remaining the same at all venues and the other changing, depending on the location. The exhibitions will be travelling to Manchester Piccadilly, Leeds, Glasgow Central, London King’s Cross in June and then to London Waterloo in August for a week at a time. Sitting in prime locations within the station concourse, they will be seen by commuters and visitors alike.
I’m pleased to say that March Trees has been selected for the ‘generic side’ of the exhibition and so will appear at all venues.
Saturday 08 – Saturday 15 June – Manchester Piccadilly station
Sunday 16 – Saturday 22 June – Leeds station
Monday 24 – Saturday 29 June – Glasgow Central station
Monday 01 July – Saturday 07 July – King’s Cross station
Saturday 10 – Saturday 17 Aug – London Waterloo station
Charlie Waite will be at each exhibition on the relevant Monday and Take a View are working with Network Rail to organise publicity events for the day.
Congrats…well deserved, David!
Congratulations, David. One of mine is in the Leeds exhibition so I look forward to seeing this ‘in the print’ again.
Congratulations for this award and the exhibition. I have enjoyed browsing your photos. The new forest photos and blue rocks are very nice. I love the OPOTY photo as well. I saw it in the Outdoor Photography Magazine and have been a fan since then.
Many thanks Wendy.
This monochrome is scary, congrats