ENGLAND - South and South West ❤️❤️ - Please add Country and nearest town/village into description

England - South and South West - Please add County and nearest town/village into description

Top of the Region Challenge

This challenge closed almost 4 years ago.

The Challenge

This is the culmination of the 3 regional challenges and will be open to the 6 artists with the most votes from each challenge. See thumbnails below
The qualifying artists will be notified.

Judging / Voting Criteria

Please vote for pictures which fit the criteria – you can vote for one or for as many as you like.
Please vote for the PICTURE/S which you think best represent this whole region rather than voting for your favourite artist. (I know that can be tough!!)

Rewards & Prizes

The winning artist will be “crowned” Top Artist of the Region and receive a Winner’s Banner and the picture will feature on our Home Page as the Top Picture of the Region. The runners-up will also receive banners.

Additional Information

These are the six pictures with the most votes in the three Regional Challenges. Only these may enter this challenge:

Please do not enter pictures in this challenge unless it is shown above. If in doubt please bubble mail one of us.
Please make a note in your description which challenge your picture was placed in. The challenge will be moderated.
There will be two weeks to enter followed by one week to vote.
Good luck to everyone

Cover Image: Rainbow's End by jolou68


The Top Ten

Seven Sisters by Irina Chuckowree

Seven Sisters by Irina Chuckowree was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 4 votes.

  • Aylesford Village and bridge by Sue Purveur
  • Busy Busy Mevagissey by Yampimon
  • Leeds Castle Reflections by Chris Thaxter
  • Groynes on the beach at Dawlish Warren, Devon. by Justin Foulkes
  • april blossom  by marxbrothers
  • Bibury - Cotswolds - England by Arie Koene
  • Seven Sisters Cliffs, East Sussex by Ludwig Wagner
  • A Walk in Bluebell Wood - image 4 by missmoneypenny
  • Hengistbury Beach Huts - r by Richard Paul

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