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BPS Photographic Competition

Here is an overview of the BPS Photographic Competition:
There were 11 entrants submitting 62 photos.
Members voted at the recent AGM.
Here are the results:

Class 1 – Ferns in a natural landscape – 24 photos

1st
Alison Evans
Asplenium aureum
Monte de Luna Lava Fields
La Palma
Jan 2014
Class 1: Asplenium aureum 12th January 2014, Monte de Luna lava fields, La Palma
2nd
Adrian Dyer
Blechnum sp.
Sao Paulo
Brazil
Oct 2005.
Blechnum sp.
3rd
Sue Dockerill
Cystopteris fragilis
Llangattock
Wales
June 2011
Class 1: Cystopteris fragilis, LLangattock
Class 2 – Cultivated Ferns in a house, greenhouse or garden – 24 photos
1st
Linda greening
Athyrium otophorum var. okanum
Cottage Garden
Burton-in-Kendal
Class 2: Athyrium nipponicum ‘Pictum’   (Pear Tree Cottage, Burton in Kendal)
2nd
Linda greening
Dryopteris wallichiana
Cottage Garden
Burton-in-Kendal
May 2010
Class 2:	Dryopteris wallichiana (Pear Tree Cottage, Burton in Kendal)
3rd
Patrick Acock
Equisetum gigantum
Garden at Baeza
Ecuador
Sept 2013
Class 2
Class 3 – Item or object with a fern-related theme – 14 photos
1st
Sue Olsen
Etched glass window
Olsen Garden
USA
Winter 2014
This photo won the most votes - 24
Class 3: Etched glass window Olsen Garden, USA, Winter 2014, Olympus Stylus 1
2nd
Sue Olsen
Glass Ferns
Seattle
USA
Winter 2013
Class 3: Glass ferns Seattle, Washington, USA, Winter 2013, Panasonic DMC FZ100
3rd
Yvonne Golding
Fern Modern
Hull
UK
April 2014
Class 3: Fern Modern

Contributors:
Adrian Dyer
Alison Evans
Bryan Smith
Falgunee Sarker
Linda Greening
Pat Acock
Roger Amos
Roger Golding
Sue Dockerill
Sue Olsen
Yvonne Golding

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