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Close to Home Project

By Mike Lloyd ARPS

Close to Home Project 2022

The Landscape group launches the 'Close to Home' Project for 2022 which is open to all RPS Landscape Group Members 

By making multiple visits to an area close to your home enables you to photograph the variation during a complete calendar year in an environmentally friendly way.  You may even be able to walk there!

This could mean photographing the same scene through the seasons or taking abstract images that reflect your interpretations of your local area through the year.

You will need to create a set of six images that are:

  • Taken locally (say within ten miles of your home)
  • Forms a cohesive set of six images
  • Interprets the passage of time through 2022

There will be opportunities to share your progress and discuss your images via the RPS Landscape Facebook Group.

All sets of images submitted will be displayed on the Project's Gallery page on the RPS Landscape Group's website.

While this is not a competition; a number of entries will be printed at the end of the year in the RPS Landscape Magazine. 

As an example, see the six images below from last year showing a year in the life of one pair of trees in Delamere Forest.

To find out more and how to register follow the link to this 'Close to Home' Project webpage on the RPS Landscape Group website




                              RPS Landscape Group