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The four finalists’ photos were highly commended by the judges for their originality and composition. The winner was Peter Greenway with a photo of Bicester Station taken at night with a slow shutter speed. Judge Harry Rhodes of Tudor Photography said that the image cleverly captured the new energy of the town as well as looking beautiful on the office wall.
On receiving his prize, winner Peter Greenway commented “I’m really happy to have won the #PictureBicester Photography Competition and want to thank Brethertons Solicitors for my fantastic iPad which was first prize. I’m looking forward to taking more snaps of Bicester and perhaps popping into Brethertons’ offices every now and then to view my winning photograph!”
All four photographs have been printed onto large canvases and now grace the walls of Brethertons’ offices, situated in brand new Franklins House in Bicester. The competition was launch to celebrate the opening of the new office and asked entrants to ‘picture Bicester’ with a photo that represented the town, such as a favourite view, a treasured building or a place with happy memories. The runners-up received vouchers for local photography shop, Imagex.
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