If you are interested in competing in the LGT Photo Competition,
please see the updated entry form below for details on how to enter.

The position for organisation and judging of the
Photo Competition is vacant.
If anyone is interested please contact the committee.


Entry Form

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The closing date is:
27th October 2017
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LGT Garden Photography Competition
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2016 LGT Photo Competition!

You can find the winning and commended results below and they will also be published in the Lincolnshire Life magazine.
(All images are copyrighted)
 
Congratulations to the 2016 winners and commended entries!
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{ A picture taken in a Lincolnshire garden open to
the public at least once this year

1st Elisabeth Morris of Scunthorpe with “Shadows in Autumn”
taken at Normanby Park

2nd Irving Gyte of Waltham with “Stepping Stones”
taken at Watts Cottage, Louth

3rd Gill Ogburn of Tattershall Bridge with “Grimsthorpe Gardens” taken at
Grimsthorpe Castle
{ Garden Personality

Winner: Elisabeth Morris of Scunthorpe with “Stag with his Ladies” taken at Normanby Park
{ A Picture taken in My Lincolnshire Garden:

Winner: Margaret Hollingsworth of Bottesford
with “Robin”
{ Plant Portrait Winner
(Sponsored by Lincolnshire Life Magazine)


Winner: Margaret Hollingsworth of Bottesford with “Dog-rose”

Highly Commended: Gill Ogburn of Tattershall Bridge with 'Poppies”.

Commended: Tracey Etherington of Spilsby “ Blue Geranium”

Commended: Elisabeth Morris of Scunthorpe with “Rose”
{ A Taste of Lincolnshire

1st: £15    Margaret Hollingsworth
{ Capability Brown 300 Prize: 
Any photograph taken in 2016 inspired by a Capability Brown Landscape.

Winner: Margaret Hollingsworth of Bottesford with “Stowe Gardens”
(Buckinghamshire, National Trust)

Highly Commended: Mrs Elizabeth Bowskill with “Capability Brown’s cutting”
(Burghley Park, Cambridgeshire)