POTW – Phil Jones
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A nice studio character study from Phil, that brings to mind the life lesson from Kenny Rogers singing of ‘The Gambler’. “You got to know when to hold ’em,Know when to fold ’em,Know when to walk away,And know when to … Read More

POTW – Gordon Armstrong
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Blue sky and vivid colours show Manchester’s heritage and present.

POTW – Sue Riley
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A very striking piece of photographic art from Sue.

POTW – John Riley
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Photographing live music can be difficult. John has given us an excellent capture of Billy Joel surrounded by his band. Billy Joel is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with over 150 million record sales worldwide, with … Read More

POTW – Sue Shaw
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One of Scotland’s most famous landmarks.

POTW – Mark Dyson
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Mark’s given us a well-spotted and interesting burst of colour in a shop window. How many of the labels do you recognise?

POTW – Len Hudson
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A tranquil, almost monochromatic, scene, brought to life by the burst of orange and yellow of the sail. Nicely done, Len.

POTW – Chris Harrison
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Hats off to Chris, who’s given us an excellent study in chiaroscuro lighting.

POTW – Alan Duckworth
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Alan’s given us a very pleasant scene, with perhaps a touch of humour. How would you caption this…?

POTW – Sue Riley
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An excellent capture of a familiar Scottish tourist destination.

POTW – Anne Smith
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Anne has given us a charming scene that makes us yearn for when we can enjoy holidays again.

POTW – John Hardman
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John’s given us a nicely composed reminder of the simple joys of going for a walk with friends.

POTW – Darren Hanson
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Quite a simple, yet peaceful image from Darren.

POTW – Lesley Davidson
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Lesley presents us with a pleasing composition, with interesting detail, and offset by a burst of colour.

POTW – Michael Collier
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Maybe a sign of the times, a deserted city street, plus a nice lead in from that bold splash of colour.

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