Enter the Beautiful Surrey photography competition now!

PUBLISHED: 11:49 31 March 2020 | UPDATED: 16:01 01 April 2020

New home by Helen Cowley - Ive taken lots of photos in Richmond Park during my first few months since moving here. I previously lived in Kings Cross for 10 years, so this was a massive change of pace and scene. I just love my morning walks in Richmond Park.

New home by Helen Cowley - Ive taken lots of photos in Richmond Park during my first few months since moving here. I previously lived in Kings Cross for 10 years, so this was a massive change of pace and scene. I just love my morning walks in Richmond Park.

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Our 2020 Beautiful Surrey photography competition is now open! Send us your stunning shots of the Surrey countryside to win one of our fantastic prizes

Our 2020 competition is split into two categories: adults and children aged seven to 16.

How to enter

Send in your images via surreylife.co.uk/photos or by emailing editorial@surreylife.co.uk. Ensure to include your name and contact details with each entry.

Ghostly lake by Sophie Hamilton - Im so lucky to walk regularly at Earlswood lakes and to see the views there in all weathers, at all times of day and in all seasons. The week before half term a thick fog lay across the water for several mornings running and gave every image I took a washed out ghostly vibe.Ghostly lake by Sophie Hamilton - Im so lucky to walk regularly at Earlswood lakes and to see the views there in all weathers, at all times of day and in all seasons. The week before half term a thick fog lay across the water for several mornings running and gave every image I took a washed out ghostly vibe.

The rules

Images must be landscape, in a jpg format, at least 300 dpi and more than 2MB in size.

The deadline for entries is Midnight, Friday, September 11, 2020.

A knot of pines by Julian Heath - I took this picture of a little knot of Scots Pines on a knoll at RHS Wisley during a good stroll around some of the grounds; too much to cover in a day anyway.A knot of pines by Julian Heath - I took this picture of a little knot of Scots Pines on a knoll at RHS Wisley during a good stroll around some of the grounds; too much to cover in a day anyway.

The prizes

The winner of the adult competition will see their photo on the cover of the 2021 Surrey Life calendar. They will also take part in a photography session with Andy Newbold to create an image that will appear on the front of a 2021 edition of Surrey Life magazine.

The winner of the kids’ competition, which is held in partnership with Sharp Shots Photo Club, will receive a Nikon Coolpix P900 and see their winning photo in the calendar. Ten runners-up will also be featured in the calendar, as well as the accompanying Beautiful Surrey photo exhibition at Denbies Wine Estate in early 2021.

Our partners

Sharp Shots Photo Club offers after-school clubs, holiday workshops, Duke of Edinburgh skills courses, school workshops and parties for kids and teens.

Web: sharpshotsphotoclub.co.uk

Andy Newbold is a professional photographer who works with Surrey Life and a variety of commercial and PR organisations in Surrey and beyond.

Web: newboldphotography.com

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