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Thanks Mike,don't think this has been used for some time so let's hope for a good response;closing date 4th August,another month gone by too quickly!
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The Derbyshire countryside naturally framed by Stannage Edge
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St Andrews Church, Little Snoring, with Norman and Saxon elements.
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Laura, framed by Samsung tablet.

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PK8 model, shot at Rivington last Thurs evening
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Just liked the way the trees made a tunnel leading to the sunshine beyond
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Thanks for the efforts of every photographer and it is always a surprise at the varied and individual takes on any subject that is presented.Because of this,the choice is always difficult and after much thought,the winner is Paul for his presentation of Laura.

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Thank you very much Graham.

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