2020 Photography Competition Winners Announced We're delighted to announce the winners of our 2020 photography competition. This year we had over 400 images submitted, and with social distancing measures in place, the focus was on past visits to the National Park. Winners were voted for by members, staff and Trustees. These are comprised of 12 images to feature in our 2021 calendar, five images for use on our 2020 Christmas Cards, and a special ‘Under 16’s’ category. Winning 2021 calendar images (click on image for enlarged view, opens in new window) L-R: January: Tarn on Satura Crag below Angletarn Pikes by Andrew Locking, February: Buttermere by Ian Brown, March: Sleet How Ridge on Grisedale Pike by Andrew Locking, April: Dunnerdale by Chris Howe, May: Derwentwater by Mon Gan, June: 6. Northern hay meadow by John Macfarlane, July: Loweswater by Rosamund Macfarlane, August: Borrowdale by Andrew Locking, September: Deepdale by JohnMacfarlane, October: Parton by Alan Carruthers, November: Derwentwater by Stephen Jackson, December: Sun rays over wintery Crummock valley, by John Macfarlane. Winning 2020 Christmas card images (click on image for enlarged view, opens in new window) L-R: Helvellyn by Tony Reed, Crummock Valley by John Macfarlane, Innominate Tarn by Keith Snell, Loweswater by Rosamund Macfarlane, and Castlerigg Stone Circle by Ian Brown. Under 16 category winner (click on image for enlarged view, opens in new window) Derwentwater by Kate Donnelly. Judging was incredibly hard. Indeed, there were many, many fantastic entries so we'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to submit their images. We thought you might like to see more of the entries we received this year; we've really enjoyed seeing each and every one of them. Winning images will be featured on our 2020 Christmas card packs and 2021 calendar. These will be available to order from late September onwards. Money raised from the sale of the calendars and cards goes towards supporting the Lake District and Cumbria’s world class landscapes and heritage. Winning entrants will be credited, and will receive a complimentary set of Christmas cards and a 2021 calendar.