By December 7, 2016latest_news

It’s Competition Time Again and for December we’ve chosen “Winter Wonderland” as the theme.

December 1st brought with is hard frosts: everything clad in white ice crystals and ducks skating on the ponds, iced over after the weather changed with little of nor warning.  People were suddenly wrapped up in scarves, hats and warm gloves!  So this month we are calling our Competition “Winter Wonderland”.    See what images you can find in the natural environment, unenhanced or enhanced by seasonal decorations, lights and other festive symbols.   How about visiting the “pop-up” skating rinks, festive street markets and winter lights trails, for example, those on the South Bank, at Somerset House,  Chiswick House and Kew Gardens to name but a few.  We leave it to your imagination as usual…

 Once again, the competition will be judged by Penny Dixie ARPS    As usual, pictures must be taken between 1st and 31st December and must be uploaded to the Breathing London website by midnight on 5th January.   We look forward to receiving lots of your entries for this very seasonal theme.

 Image RHS Wisley 30 November (c) Judy Hicks LRPS

Author Judy Hicks

Joint Co-ordinator RPS London Breathing London Project and Co-Regional Organiser, RPS London Region. My photographic interests are pretty wide ranging: basically I like to capture what is going on around me, so, I would describe myself as a travel, documentary and street/urban photographer. I was awarded my LRPS in 2015. Oh yes, and I love everything about horses!!

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