Have been notified by Master Photographers Association HQ to say that I am a finalist in the landscape category at the British Professional Photography Awards this year! This is great news, three of the four images I submitted have been given Awards of Excellence, that means I have three images in the final 4 or 5 from which the winning image is selected. The categories usually have 4 or 5 images that have been given A0E's, so it would seem that I am possibly up against a couple of other photographers. The category winners are announced on the night. If I win again, this will be my third Oskar! I know that I'm also in the running for the Peter Grugeon Award for the best fellowship panel. I can barely think about winning that as well! Even if I don't walk away with another Oskar this year, Julie & I are really looking forwards to the Awards. Tony Hadley (ex-Spandau Ballet) is handing out the Oskars this year at the Awards ceremony which is being held in Newcastle. The shot above is the fourth image that I submitted which didn't get an AoE. It's Normanton Church by Rutland Water in the evening. Taken on the Fuji GX617 with 90mm lens.