Back to Black
How the enduring appeal of black & white photography has the ability to inspire us all
© Ephemera by Annette Lepple, Awarded 2nd Place in International Garden Photographer of the Year Comp 9 - Monochrome
Reflections on the photograph 'Left' © Lee Acaster.
Overall Winner: International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 10
"The Upper Walled Garden is home to cone-shaped yew trees, which provide this area of Aberglasney with form and structure throughout the year." © Nigel McCall
"The silversword can live between three and ninety years and is one of Hawaii's most endangered plants. It can only be found in this crater at 10,000 feet above sea level; its rarity and uniqueness has made it the symbol of the Haleakala National Park." © Trevor Haslam
"Echium wildpretii subsp. trichosiphon is a biennial plant endemic to the high altitudes in the area of La Caldera de Taburiente on the island of La Palma." © Alexis Javier Acosta Simón
"When I passed by this scene during the blue hour of sunrise I was amazed at the amount of spider webs on the forest floor. Combined with the dark forest, the scene had a mystical fairy tale quality." © Andrew George
"I thought it might not be a good day to shoot - it was cold and all the insects seemed to have disappeared. I wanted to try out my new lens so I kept searching." © Magdalena Wasiczek
"This is a combination of 3 exposures blended by hand to create a scene that I feel best represents what I saw. In the background you can see Mount Teide (National Park), a UNESCO World Heritage site." © Senen Medina
"On a particularly brisk November morning, these fragrant potato vine flowers (Solanum jasminoides) seemed to have a presence that invited me to look closer and photograph their beauty." © Diane Varner
Hidden Beauty © Andrew George, Highly Commended, International Garden Photographer of the Year - Comp 9 - Macro Art.
"On the morning of the shot, I saw an almost perfect reflection with little movement; the leaves and stem looked to me like musical notes playing in the water." © Stephen Studd
"The Maroon Bells are two peaks in the Elk Mountains, located not far from the ski resort of Aspen. There was a brief gap in the clouds which revealed the jagged surface of the mountain. This added an extra point of interest to accompany the vivid autumnal aspens." © Anil Sud
About this photo book
This limited edition anniversary book features all the winning pictures from Competition 10, as well as the best of the rest.
Plus for the first time all overall winners from 1-10 are presented in a beautifully printed hardbound edition with bronze foil cover type. It's a real collector's piece.Read more
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