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Royal Horticultural Society photographic competition 2013 – the winning pictures

The annual RHS photography competition attracts stunning images of flora and fauna – here are some of the winning pictures from 2013, from a shy mole to a starling in the fog and some towering foxgloves

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This extraordinary photograph of a bee flying between towering, pink foxgloves at Great Dixter Gardens has won £1,000 and the coveted title of RHS Photographer of the Year 2013 for Heather Buckley of Brighton. The photo also won the ‘Plants’ category, which carries another prize of £350 for Heather.

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Jacky Parker’s photograph of an anemone de caen won first prize in the details category.

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Mateusz Piesiak from Poland was named young photographer of the year for this picture of a starling.

You can see the rest of the winning entries here

I have to say I was a bit underwhelmed by the selection chosen, what do you think?

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One response to “Royal Horticultural Society photographic competition 2013 – the winning pictures

  1. Cynthia January 27, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    I’m not sure about the whole selection, but the starling is an image I won’t soon forget.

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