Another great selection of photographs capturing the wild beauty of Kent was submitted for this, the 10th annual competition. These 12 worthy winning images were selected by freelance photographer and tutor, Phil Hurst of Borough Green, formerly of the Natural History Museum Photographic Unit.
Phil - whose comments follow - said: “The selection process proved yet again to be both challenging, but enjoyable, as the standards were so high. It also demonstrates just what can be achieved - even with the simplest of cameras. My heartiest congratulations go to all those talented photographers who took part – and keep up the great work!”
The winners will be presented with trophies and prizes at an awards presentation evening in November at the Trust’s headquarters at Tyland Barn, Maidstone, when the overall winner will be announced. Their reward will be a two-day break for four people in a Kent country cottage courtesy of Mulberry Cottages who have generously donated this fabulous prize. The Junior awards will be presented by Unipet International, who have kindly sponsored this category. The winning photographs will be exhibited in the gallery at Tyland Barn throughout November before moving on to other venues around the county.