‘Your Heritage’ Photographic Competition
Supported by Middlewich Town Council
This is the second year we have held a Photographic Competition and were delighted with the entries, the standard just got better and better. This year’s title ‘Your Heritage’ was explored to the full, below contains the details and aims for this year.
Well done to Matthew Parry, whose photograph ‘Sunrise Through the Mist’ not only won the Overall competition but also the People’s Choice Award.
The environment in which we live and work in has been shaped by our ancestors for thousands of years. Cheshire is a landscape steeped in history; it has been an industrial and agricultural land with established route-ways dating back to the Iron Age and engineered waterways from the Industrial Revolution. Each part of Cheshire is distinctive and unique.
Brief: To capture an image of Cheshire, exploring the landscape both natural & worked and historic built environment
The Urban environment Historical buildings and traditional industry, streets and skylines…
Landscape The natural and man-made landscapes, land marks and earthworks…
Feature Detail: In close up; look at architectural, construction or environmental details
Environmental conservation: The Nature and wildlife that live in our communities, to their benefit or demise?
The competition will be held again in 2011, all those who took part will automatically be sent entry forms. We are expecting to launch next year’s competition this autumn, to receive an entry forms simply email: firstname.lastname@example.org