Bury St Edmunds and Beyond photography finalists named
The finalists have been chosen for the Bury St Edmunds and Beyond Photography Competition after 383 entries were submitted.
The chosen photographers will be invited to The Apex Gallery on August 20, to find out who has won each category and who are the overall winners in the adult and child sections.
Sue Warren, brand and marketing manager for Bury St Edmunds and Beyond, said:“We had an amazing number of entries for the competition and an exceptionally high standard of entrants. What was really interesting was the way in which people had interpreted the categories giving brand new perspectives on places in the Bury St Edmunds area that many of the judges had not seen or thought about.”
The overall adult winner will take home a camera worth £350 while the child winner will receive a photography experience worth £125, both courtesy of sponsors Jessops.
All winning and commended photographs will also be part of the The Bury St Edmunds and Beyond Photography Exhibition at The Apex Gallery, from Tuesday, August 20, to Sunday, September 15, from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays. with the public voting in the gallery on their favourite adult and child entry.
- Abbey of St Edmund (adult):
Remains of the Past, Ben Banks; Abbey Gate, Joe Taylor; Cathedral and Abbey, David Palmer.
- Abbey of St Edmund (child):
One Thousand Years, Amelia Davis; Past, Present and Future, Sophie Lumley; Wolf Trail, Angel Page.
- Icons (adult):
St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Michael Brown; Eye of the Wolf, Aden Lewis Walker; St Edmundsbury Glory, Rebecca Moon; Sugar Town, Matthew Parker.
- Icons (child):
1149, Amelia Davis; Ickworth at Dusk, Scott Taylor; Cathedral at Night, Freya Taylor.
- Outdoors (adult):
Rosie’s Tea Party, Andrea Gillies; Sunset at Culford Park, Ryszard Ochotny; Suffolk Poppies at Sunset, Lisa Verrinder.
- Outdoors (child):
What are you looking at? Isabelle Lock; Forest, Framework and Fog, Samantha Penman; Snowflakes On Glass, The Beast from the East comes to Stanton, Noah Lumley.
- Night Time (adult):
The Christmas Market, John Goffin; Alternative night life of Bury, Claire Haskins; Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford- Justin Ward.
- Night Time (child):
Rush Hour, Harry Frost-Smith; Christmas is Coming, Isabelle Lock;
Fun Fair Fun, Angel Page.
- Villages (adult):
Thurston and Beyond, Ben Banks; Pakenham Windmill at Dusk, Simon Bendall; Kersey, John Goffin,
- Villages (child):
Norton Church, Sophie Griggs; Follow The Leader, Ellie Hudson; Best house in the Village, Isabelle Lock.
To see some more images in the competition, pick up a copy of the Bury Free Press.