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Picture of the Week: July 23, 2010

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 July 2010 | UPDATED: 21:57 01 August 2010

Picture of the Week by Julie Stringer

Picture of the Week by Julie Stringer

A GLORIOUS sunset on midsummer's day has been named as The Journal's Picture of the Week.

A week after a serene sunrise took the prize, Julie Stringer's beautiful shot near Uggeshall has been crowned winner.

Matthew Goddard from Picture Studios presents six-monthly winner Debbie Casbolt with her prize photo

A GLORIOUS sunset on midsummer's day has been named as The Journal's Picture of the Week.

A week after a serene sunrise took the prize, Julie Stringer's beautiful shot near Uggeshall has been crowned winner.

Julie, who lives in the village near Beccles, beat a number of other top entries in a week dominated by pictures of the SLP accommodation module's last days in Lowestoft.

She will receive her photograph in a 12in x 10in frame, mounted and inscribed, worth more than £60, from Picture Studios, of London Road North, Lowestoft. Her picture also goes forward to our next six-monthly winners' final contest, where she will have the chance to follow in the footsteps of Debbie Casbolt, of Kirkley Gardens, Lowestoft.

Reigning champion Debbie recently collected her 12in x 18in photo block prize, worth £130, from Picture Studios director Matthew Goddard.

We are accepting images for next week's competition. They must be taken by amateur photographers, and we prefer digital pictures. We do accept prints, but they need to be copies as we cannot guarantee their return. Send your picture with your name, address and contact details to richard.wood@archant.co.uk marking your email “Journal Photo Competition”.

Prints can be sent to: Picture of the Week, The Journal, 147, London Road North, Lowestoft NR32 1NB.


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