We're very excited to announce the winners of this year's VisitWiltshire photography competition in partnership with Castle Cameras and Newsquest!

We received some fantastic entries to the 2019 VisitWiltshire photo competition, all inspired by and celebrating Wiltshire's timeless places, timeless nature, timeless pleasures and timeless wonders. We were hugely impressed by the stunning photography sent in, showcasing our beautiful county. Thank you to everyone who entered!

With so many wonderful entries to choose between, the judges faced a tough decision to select the winner and runners up. We are thrilled to now be able to announce this year's winners...

Overall Winner: Peter Connell: "Bratton, Westbury"

Bratoon Westbury in Wiltshire

Runner-up: Chris Donohoe: "Reflections on the Past" - Windmill Hill in Swindon

Windmill Hill

Runner-up: Agnieszka Kucinska: "Barbury Castle"

Barbury Castle in Wiltshire

Each runner up will recieve a £50 Castle Camera voucher, and the overall winner will receive a £200 Castle Camera voucher. 

A massive well done to this year's winners and a huge thanks to Castle Cameras for providing these excellent prizes! 

We hope all these fantastic images of Wiltshire have inspired you to pick up a camera and take your own photos! Have a look at our Instagram page for more photography inspiration, and don't forget to tag #timeforwiltshire on your own Instagram posts to share your pictures from around Wiltshire with us. 

And finally, here are some more of this year's entries to inspire you further...

Steve Tennant: "Roundway Hill"

Roundway Hill in Wiltshire

Henrik Leerink: "Stourhead"

Stourhead in Autumn

Alexander Powell: "Salisbury Cathedral"

Salisbury Cathedral

Ray Molin-Wilkinson: "Kennet & Avon Canal, Devizes"

Kennet and Avon Canal

Simon Aspinall: "Rape Field"

Rape field




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