Welcome to the UKlandscape Hall Of Fame!!
:Mark Bauer Mark has been featured in many photographic publications as well as a constant exhibitor in his local area. :Pete Cairns Pete won the "Animals In Their Environment" Section of the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2004. Sophie asked Pete about his winning picture. You can read his reply by clicking the picture. :Peter Coles First Prize, 2004 Novartis / Daily Telegraph Visions of Science photographic award, ‘Scientists at work’ category. Peter describes the moving story behind the picture. :Paul Debois My image, 'Kew Montage 2' was selected as the winning entry in the Garden Photographer Of The Year competition "Kew" section. It is a 'joiner' and is a style I've experimented with many times over the last 20 years. It is slightly tongue in cheek, the focal point being a sequence of a jumbo jet flying over the temperate glasshouse. :Cath Evans Cath came second in the the "Best Shrub" category in The Royal Horticultural Society Photographic Competition in September 2004 for her stunning picture of a common yew tree (Taxus Baccata) taken at Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucestershire. Sophie asked Cath about her award. Click the picture to read her reply. :Jon Sparks Jon's book 'Lake District Moods' won the 2004 Outdoor Book Award from the Outdoor Writers' Guild, and is currently being reprinted. :Sophie Martin-Castex
UKlandscape Features and Content Editor entered her first ever photography contest, Wandsworth In View (see London Listing) and walked away with a runners up prize in the snapshot section.
:Ken Sillence Ken won first prize in the Worthing Arts Council contest "drama and dynamics of sport". :Colin Sturges May 2004 front cover and inside page in Total Digital Photography magazine as a result of the "Winter Exposed" opening event at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. :Ron Tear Ron regularly enters photo contests and is often through to the last rounds. Click for further details :Steve Walton Steve took the British Professional Photography award for the Landscape Photographer of The Year with a stunning photograph of the standing stones at Calanais on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. Steve is in the middle of the photo left.