Final Report on the 2021 Annual Photo Competition

The shortlisted photos and winners

The final judging of last year’s photo competition took place at the Annual Dinner at Shifnal.

Thank you to all the attendees who took the time to view the shortlisted photos and to cast their votes on their favourite in each category.

For those of you who were not able to attend the RHSoc dinner, it is with great pleasure that I can now confirm the shortlist and the winner in each category.

1. A grand day out

Maiden Pap and distant Morven - Tony Deall

Eastern Promise for the day ahead - Dave Chaffey

Descending Hochfeller - Rob Woodall

Stob Ban and Mullach nan Coirean - Trevor Littlewood (Winner)

Groban and Beinn Bheag reflections - Nigel Morters

Abseiling off Soay - Jim Fothergill

2. Autumn glory

Lovely Langdales - Margaret Parker

First snows of winter (Coulin Forest) - Dave Chaffey

From Low Birk Fell above Ullswater Tony Deall

Castillo de Achert from Bisaurin - Rob Woodall

Autumn - Nigel Morters (Winner)

Stob Ghabhar Tony - Kinghorn

3. View from the top

From Tap O’Noth - Andrew Blakie

Inner Hebrides - Nigel Morters

Hirta from Soay - Andrew Brooks

From Goatfell Eric Young

Cloud Bow, from Blencathra - Tony Deall (Winner)

Lock Eck from Beinn Bheag (Cowal) - Ron Bell

Barry Smith won the Cover Photo category with his Photo of Chrome Hill from Parkhouse Hill. This was selected by the editorial group.

The winners will all receive a framed copy of their photo.

Thank you to everyone who enters last year! Categories for the 2022 Photo Competition are soon to be announced in Relative Mutters.

Jenny Hatfield

Jenny Hatfield. I am an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying anything that gets me out into the natural world and wild places. Walking is my favourite pastime: hills, mountains, coast and islands accompanied by Bryher the cocker spaniel. I have completed all the Marilyns, Munro’s, Corbetts, Graham’s, Firths, Wainwrights, Jul Birketts, and Synges. I am currently working on completing the Donald’s and Donald Tops, Munro Tops, and the Snowdon Simms, Nuttalls and Buxton and Lewis’s. I also enjoy gardening, photography and cooking.

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