Landscape Photographer of the Year

Could you become Cotswolds Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017?

Cotswolds photography competition to inspire young and old alike to get outdoors and record how enriching and inspiring the AONB landscape is.

Calling all amateur photographers! Get out your cameras and enter this year’s ‘Cotswolds Landscape Photographer of the Year’ competition – you could win some great prizes.

We are looking for the most captivating local landscape images. This year’s theme is ‘The Cotswolds – England’s Walking and Exploring Capital’.

Click here to enter the the competition. Deadline has now been extended to 28th February 2018

All pictures must feature a landscape capturing our theme within the AONB, but apart from that there are no boundaries to your creatively.

Iconic landscapes viewed under blue or stormy skies; an unusual angle on well-known footpath with walkers, cyclists enjoying a ride though the countryside, or a favourite vista known just to you – what will make ‘Cotswolds Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017’?

The competition is open to amateurs of all ages and we’ve three superb prizes.

First prize:
overnight stay for two people at Dormy House to include dinner in the potting shed (a £25 allocation per person), use of Dormy House spa and full English breakfast.*

Second prize:
overnight bed & breakfast stay for two people in a Cosy Luxe room at The Fish Hotel.* (* Prize is for a midweek [Sunday–Thursday] stay only and is subject to availability. Prize is not valid on Bank Holidays or between 23–31 December, 14 February 2018, or Cheltenham Gold Cup week 2018.)

Nick Holliday, Vice Chair of the Cotswolds Conservation Board and one of the judges at last year’s competition, said: “It was extremely tough selecting the final 10 photographs from the 170 that were entered. Many were of a very high standard. I’m very excited about this year’s competition and very much looking forward to see what will be entered with  our theme, walking and exploring capital.”

Click here to enter the the competition. Deadline has now been extended to 28th February 2018