Apologies that it has taken so long to post the winners from February who are going through to the final of the 2020 Exmoor4all Photo Competition. As we had a tie we have 11 winners in February:
Here are the top ten photos chosen by our followers on Facebook from all images submitted to our photo competition in January! These photos will go through to our final selection which will be presented to our panel of judges who will choose our 13 images for the 2021 Exmoor4all calendar.
Don’t forget that the March competition is open! You can upload up to three photos via our website – Good luck 🙂
Over the past few days, lots more photos were submitted to the January part of our 2020 Exmoor4all Photo Competition. They all have one thing is common: the photos show the beauty of Exmoor and the diversity of the UK’s smallest national park. And that Exmoor is beautiful at any time of the year, and whatever the weather!
At the beginning of February, all January entries will be collated in one album on our Facebook page and also here on the website. We will then invite the public to choose their top 10 photos – photos which have captured best the essence of Exmoor. These 10 images will go through to the semi-final: In July, the 60 semi-finalists will be presented to a panel of judges who will pick the 13 images to go onto the 2021 Exmoor4all Calendar.
The first entries of the 2020 Photo Competition have started to come in. Once again, we have asked for photos celebration Exmoor, from moor to sea.
There is still lots of time to enter the competition (you can find out more here). Perhaps these images are an inspiration! If you click on the images, you can see them in full size.
It’s been a while since our last Exmoor Photo Competition, and what better way to start the new decade than with lots of amazing photos taken by our talented photographers on beautiful Exmoor.
Everyone is eligible to enter up to three images per month. The competition will run until 30 June 2020 – each month, the public will choose the top ten images to go through to the semi-finals by ‘liking’ them in a special album on Facebook or here on the website. The public and a jury will pick the final 13 images in August 2020 – these photos will feature on our 2021 Exmoor4all Calendar.
You can enter the competition here (safest method to make sure we are not missing an entry) or by posting your photos on Twitter or Facebook, using the hashtag #Exmoor4allPhotoComp. The hashtag is important as it will help us to find your entries!
For Terms and Conditions, please see here.
Congratulations to Leanna Coles whose photo “A Seat with A View” won the Exmoor Society’s 2019 Alfred Vowles Photography Competition this week.
The Exmoor Society is a charity formed in 1958, acting as an independent champion and watchdog for Exmoor.
The 2018 Photo Competition ran on our FB group back in May/June for four weeks. We had meant to turn the top 13 images into a calendar again, but simply ran out of hours in the day to get this organised. However, we now have a new project called “A Year on Exmoor”. More details will be revealed soon, just as the winners of the competition. The standard of entries have yet again been amazing and, in our eyes, every single one deserves to be a winner!
*** COMPETITION ***
For our new project “A Year on Exmoor” we are looking for your stories and poems about your favourite season and place on Exmoor.
Your story should be no longer than 500 words.
The top four stories and four poems will be chosen by a combined vote by our followers on social media and a small jury.
We already have 13 images from our last Exmoor4all photo competition (the winning entries will be announced with the winning stories and poems!)
Please email your entries to email@example.com by 10 January 2019.