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Now is the time to put Sussex in frame with our photo competition
9:00am Friday 9th August 2013 in News
Enthusiastic shutterbugs have flooded our inbox with stunning photographs for our summer Your Sussex competition.
We’ve now had more than 40 entries since we launched the contest two weeks ago – but we still want more.
What we’re looking for is the photograph which best sums up what the county means to you.
It isn’t about fancy cameras and exposure settings, we want images with character, life and atmosphere.
Among our favourite entries so far is the shot of Natalya Scott gazing out over the Downs.
Mum Stephanie Scott, from Lancing, is the photographer.
Another favourite is the panoramic shot of Seaford Head from Guy Hollingworth. Steve Peters decided on a different angle of the chalk cliffs – with the same stunning results.
For a photograph full of character, you’d be hard pressed to beat the efforts of Anne Bickmore, from Peacehaven.
The day-trippers from London, she explained, decided to make hats from an abandoned The Times newspaper.
For out-and-out beauty, Chris Mole’s shots of Sheffield Park and Susie Best’s flowering meadow are both outstanding.
Robert Mitchell managed to capture the spirit – and at times naughtiness – of last weekend’s Pride perfectly with his Old Steine shot. Meanwhile, Sue Lambert, from Portslade, shows the well-known cheeky side of the city with her seafront shot.
Tanya Woodhams, of Portslade, impressed us with her panoramic image of Brighton seafront and Nick Kelleher made the most of the recent sunny weather to capture this glorious scene.
The deadline for entries is September 7.
Argus chief photographer Simon Dack will judge the entries with first place winning an overnight stay for two (including breakfast) at Thistle Hotel in Brighton.
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