Photo of the Month
Each month we pick our favourite shot from our thriving Facebook Student Group. Of course these are just a tiny handful of the many stunning photos posted by students past and present, we just don't have space to show them all.
We just had to choose this dynamic shot by Shaun Casey as our January Photo of the Month. Stunning!
We loved this simple shot by Paul Shufflebotham, which captures a frosty December day perfectly.
We love the way Joe Panter has captured the beams of sunlight in this great shot.
We loved this image by Mark Leppard - the epitome of an Autumn day!
We couldn't resist choosing this gorgeous, atmospheric shot by Kate Lawson as our September photo of the month.
The most 'Liked' image in our student Facebook group this August, we just had to choose this super shot by Carolyn Mallaby.
We love this images taken by Paul Wesson, which really captures the essence of a Scottish landscape. Paul says "On the way back from Mull we decided to visit Glens Orchy and Etive together with Rannoch Moor for classic mountains and waterfalls".
We chose this amazing reflection shot by Averil White, not least because it was one of the most popular in our Facebook student group.
We love this great capture by Paulina Jasko - brilliant!
We couldn't resist this cheeky little shot taken at East Kirkby by Samantha Moore.
We love the detail in Raymond Bridges image of a Giant Millipede.
This shot by Joan Baillie really caught my eye. It's great to see our students developing their skills to such a high level.
We couldn't resist this shot by Phil Courtney. It's a satsuma falling into a glass of milk!
We love this atmospheric shot taken by Dennis Simpson.
November 2015 - Joint Winners
Joanna Araujo. I couldn't resist this lovely shot of Joanna's dogs wearing their poppies.
Keith Adcock - I love the way Keith has captured the feeling of movement and the intense expression on the rider's face.
October 2015 - Joint Winners
As it's our first month, we took the liberty of choosing two super shots. Kingfisher in the rain. Marj Freeston
Rainy day - Sarah Wendel Melhuish.