Bracknell’s countryside captured at South Hill Park exhibitionBy Victoria Smith
February 10, 2012
Photographs capturing the beauty of Bracknell Forest’s countryside will go on show at South Hill Park from this weekend.
Amateur photographers from across Bracknell Forest will see their work on show at the arts centre in Ringmead in an ‘Exploring the Borough’s Routes and Trees’ exhibition.
The exhibition will take place at the community gallery between Saturday, February 11, and Sunday, April 8, and will showcase the 18 best photos from more than 180 entries to last year’s annual Parks Photography Competition.
The theme ‘Routes and Trees’ celebrates access to the great outdoors and marks the UN International Year of Forests 2011.
Photographs include the winning entry from Anne Eckersley, with her photo ‘Tree Roots’.
Richard Walton, head of parks and countryside, said: “We’re really lucky to have some fantastic, easily accessible parks and countryside in Bracknell Forest.
“The Routes and Trees theme challenged photographers to capture their special qualities.”