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A great variety of images were received for our "three" themed competition. We saw lots of simple adaptations of an image by copying and pasting the same shot twice and arrange the three in a group, plus lots of triptechs (three images placed side by side). We also had, naturally, ample numbers of shots with three people or animals in, and it was one of these that really grabbed our attention. Sue Turner's fabulous shot of three apes taken at Longleat Safari Park on a Canon EOS 300D and converted to black and white. The trangular arrangement meant this shot cleverly met the brief on two levels. Congratulations Sue you get a superb Olympus E-3 complete with power grip and 14-54mm lens courtesy of Olympus.
Sadly this month there's no prize for second, third or fourth places, but we have still picked our favourites. There were a surprising number of black & whites uploaded to this competition so not only was the winner monochrom, but also the second place shot by Darren Birkin. Darren placed a figure on one of three shafts of light from the windows above the turbine hall at Tate Modern to create his stark image.
Third place was taken by Angela Fernandez for her simple but effective tricolour candle still-life.
And fourth place goes to Peter Paterson his arrangement of autumn leaves.