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South From Box Hill Peter Stott
CREDIT: Peter Stott

RPS Landscape Group Monthly Competition August 2022

An online monthly Photography competition for RPS Landscape Group Members.

Winners Announcement

Landscape Group Members submitted another stunning collection of images to the Landscape Group competition during August 2022.


1st Place

South from Box Hill by Peter Stott 

The panorama south from the chalk ridge of Surrey’s Box Hill traverses the Weald to the South Downs. It is a heavily eroded cretaceous landscape comprising a succession of low ridges of alternating sandstones and clays. This high contrast image was taken at sunrise on a cold January day in 2022 when strong shadows highlighted the gentle undulations in the terrain. There was little wind which allowed the mist to form and the smoke from field fires to add interest. It is curious that in the foreground the smoke is drifting to the east and in the background, to the west.



2nd Place

Late light on lonely farmhouse by James McCracken


3rd Place

I dream of Skogafoss by Morag Forbes



How To Enter

RPS Landscape Group members may submit one jpg image, per month.  Before submitting, please resize your image to no more than 2000px wide

Members are able to add their own image on the monthly competition page by clicking on the 'Add Photo'.  After loading the image please add the title and your name and do include your RPS distinction.  

Winners and runners up will have their images displayed in RPS Landscape publications, RPS Landscape Facebook and the RPS website.

All Landscape Group members will be invited to vote and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed winners will be announced on the RPS Landscape Group website and Facebook on the 1st of the month.

Open for entries 1st to 23rd.

Voting takes place 24th to 28th.

The Prize is the superbly written and illustrated book Robert Harvey's in hard cover, Britain's Best Landscapes and How to Photograph Them


Look out on the RPS Landscape Group Facebook page for updates.




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