Photo competition: Hidden River Gems
This competition is now closed. Thank you and good luck to everyone who entered photos into the competition – the winners will be announced on 6th October 2017. In the meantime, all entries to the Hidden River Gems photo competition can be seen below.
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The competition entries are currently being judged by:
Former editor of the Grayling Society Journal, Rod Calbrade knows a thing or two about river photography. He is regular guest speaker at events and has provided many photos over the years for the Ribble Rivers Trust Annual Newsletter. A keen fly fisherman, Rod lives and breathes rivers and is particularly fond of the Ribble Catchment. Widely published, Rod seeks to capture the magic and mystery of both rivers and wildlife. See Rod’s photos on Flickr and Facebook.
Staying professional means keeping ahead of the game. Jeanette has managed to stay professional for over 20 years, photographing property, architecture, food, weddings and events, as well as taking on portraits, commercial work and photojournalism. Living and working for many years in Lancashire, Jeannette is now based in Sheffield, although is often back in the Ribble Valley visiting friends and family. Take a look at Jeanette’s website to see some of her photos or search for @abbeydalephoto on Twitter.
Having worked for Ribble Rivers Trust since 2010 and lived in the area all her life, Catherine certainly knows the Ribble Catchment well. In charge of the Trust’s publicity, Catherine is always on the look-out for stunning shots of the catchment’s rivers, wildlife and features of interest.