Gardens and gardening captured by a lens

The Lincolnshire Gardens Trust Photographic Competition 2010 brought in plenty of entries which made the judging a difficult but very enjoyable afternoon’s task for Mandy Fitzaden Gray of the Gardens Trust and Geoff Manners and Caroline Bingham of Lincolnshire Life.

A new ‘Tastes of Lincolnshire’ category for this year was won by Daniel Rollitt with a mouth watering picture of Victoria plums.

Winners were presented with their prizes at the Trust’s AGM which was held in November at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme campus. Further information about the competition and the trust can be found at

Tastes of Lincolnshire
1st place: Plums by Daniel Rollitt

Lincolnshire Garden Open to the Public
1st place: A drift of anemones at Gunby Hall by Nev Gurnhill
2nd place: Church walk at Hackthorn Hall by Irving Gyte
3rd place: Doddington Hall by Daniel Rollitt

Plant Portrait (sponsored by Lincolnshire Life)
1st place: Dwarf Iris by Daniel Rollitt
Highly commended: Dicksonia anartica by Gwen Grantham
Highly commended: Iris by Margaret Hollingsworth

Garden Personality
1st place: Woodmouse and clematis by Nev Gurnhill
Highly commended: Toad by Marie Packer

In My Garden
1st place: Caterpillar on stalk by Daniel Rollitt
Highly commended: Insect Heaven by Marie Packer
Highly commended: Hornet Building a nest by Marie Packer

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