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And the May winner is…

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A big thank you to everyone who entered our “views/viewpoints” May photography competition! Today, Trustee, Helen Thomas, judged the entries.

Congratulations to Emily Dougherty  (Swansea) for taking first prize. Her photograph titled “East Bank at Upper Lake” will be entered into the annual competition where the top 3 photographs of 2013 will be made into postcards. Helen thought the colours in this photograph were fantastic!

East Bank of the Upper Lake by Emily Dougherty (Autumn 2012)

East Bank of the Upper Lake by Emily Dougherty (Autumn 2012)

Congratulations also to Carey Beor (Fforestfach, Swansea) and Paul Dennis for being chosen as the runners up. We wish we could share more entries with you – there really were some great ones this month. They ranged from “the viewpoint of small creatures” to snapshots of the river Llan.

Generations of Penllergare by Carey Beor (May 2012)

Generations at Penllergare by Carey Beor (May 2012)

Looking Back by Paul Dennis (April 2013)

Looking Back by Paul Dennis (April 2013)

Our June Photography Competition is now open. The theme is “Flora and Fauna”. The rhododendrons are out! Send your entries to contact@penllergare.org with a caption, your name and contact details. Click here to find out more about how to enter. Good luck!

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