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Winners chosen in Hertfordshire Life photo competition

PUBLISHED: 13:16 15 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:32 20 February 2013

Winners chosen in Hertfordshire Life photo competition

Winners chosen in Hertfordshire Life photo competition

THE winners of the Hertfordshire Life photographic competition, sponsored by Debenhams Ottaway solicitors in St Albans, have now been chosen.

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THE winners of the Hertfordshire Life photographic competition, sponsored by Debenhams Ottaway solicitors in St Albans, have now been chosen.
The competition brief was for photographs of architecturally interesting buildings that are characteristic of Hertfordshire and it seems talented readers had no trouble finding inspiration.
The first prize of 400 in Jessops vouchers goes to Graham Custance whose photo of Verulamium Museum in St Albans was described by the judges as striking and atmospheric. The second prize of 200 in vouchers goes to James Brookes for his photo of the temple by the lake at St Pauls Walden Bury which the judges felt captured a serene slice of Hertfordshire life. Third prize of 100 in vouchers is awarded to Paul Ruddock for his photo of the tin church at Bedmond which simply captured the features of this historically important building.
The competition was judged by Louise Attrup and Bernadette Hillman from Debenhams Ottaway, Liz Moyle from Conical Ltd and Clare Bourke, editor of Hertfordshire Life.
Clare said, We were all very impressed with the number of entries and the standard of the photographs. There were some beautiful images of buildings that are characteristic of Hertfordshire and great variety which showed just how much eye-catching architecture there is in the county. Congratulations not only to our winners but to all our entrants for their stunning photos.
Buildings photographed by readers also included St Albans Abbey, the Hertfordshire County Council offices in Hertford, Stattons Folly in Little Berkhamsted, The Galleria in Hatfield, the water tower in Stevenage, The Howard Centre in Welwyn Garden City and churches in Old Welwyn, Hemel Hempstead and Old Hatfield.


Contact Debenhams Ottaway Solicitors at www.dolegal.co.uk

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