Cotswolds Photography Competition - The winning pictures

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Keen amateur photographers of all ages were offered the opportunity to capture what they felt sums up the beauty and uniqueness of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in a new competition last year. The competition sponsored by Clifton Cameras was set up to mark the 50th anniversary of the AONB.

Peter Llewellyn from Painswick is the overall winner with his photo ‘Cotswold Views’ taken from the top of St Mary’s Church in Painswick. Runners up were; Nicole Marina from Kingham with her photo of a little girl running through the countryside near Daylesford and Mary Nelson from Cheltenham with her capture of Cleeve Hill. In the under 16’s category Tom Cross aged 14 from Malmesbury in Wiltshire won with his photo of a Cotswold sunrise.


(First place) Peter Llewellyn from Painswick is the overall winner with his photo ‘Cotswold Views'


(Third place) Mary Nelson from Cheltenham with her capture of Cleeve Hill


(Second place) Nicole Marina from Kingham with her photo of a little girl running through the countryside near Daylesford

(Under 16’s category First place) Tom Cross aged 14 from Malmesbury in Wiltshire won with his photo of a Cotswold sunrise

A big thank you to everyone who entered their stunning photos of the Cotswolds. You can see a selection of the entries on Facebook.

If photography is your thing then look out for more information about the Cotswolds Inspired Art Exhibition. The exhibition will showcase art work in a variety of mediums and genres inspired by the Cotswold landscape. Submissions open from March 2016. Click here to find out more.