Wem Civic Society Photographic Competition 2018
Stained Glass as part of a building or stucture.

Strawberry Hill House, London
by Becky Hayward
The judges were particularly impressed with the framimg and clear definition of the image, plus the balance of coloured against plain glass. The clarity of reflection through the coloured glass onto the floor was expertly captured.

Strawberry Hill House is the Gothic Revival villa built by Horace Walpole from 1749 onwards. There are numerous Gothic features such as towers and battlements. The interior includes a Robert Adam fireplace; The garden contains the recreation of a large seat shaped like a Rococo sea shell.

Runner Up

St. Mary's Church, Welshpool
bySuzannah Beaman.
Well chosen subject, nicely framed with a balanced exposure of plain and coloured glass.

The church is a Grade 1 listed building, originally built in around 1250. The nave was rebuilt in the 16th century, and the building was substantially restored in 1871.

Highly Commended
Wem Town Hall
by Liz Mayer

Highly Commended
St Mary & St Alkelda's, Middleham
by Sandie Smith

Highly Commended
St. Luke's Church,Hodnet
by Josh Sedgley

Highly Commended
St. Peter's Church, Cound
by Oliver Richardson

St. Mary’s Church, Tissington
by Suzannah Beaman

St. Oswald's, Malpass
by Shelagh Richardson

St. Luke's, Hodnet
by Josh Sedgley

Notre-Dame-La Grande, Poitiers
by Liz Mayer

St. Peter & St. Paul's, Stoke Lacey
by Oliver Richardson

St. Lawrence's Church, South Cove
by Helen Hornsby

Liverpool Chathedral
by Becky Hayward

Bayston Hill Memorial Hall
by Glyn Brace
Please remember that these images have been scanned from print versions so some definition and balance will have been lost.