WE HAD submitted many artistic and imaginative images for the November Street Art Contest.
There is a wide range of good street art to photograph in these areas and the competition has attracted some interesting images.
We loved Peter Dupont’s picture of Freddi the dog across from the Robin Hood pub. Freddi looked like a willing model.
Nick Brazier had a good conversation with his model and also developed a great image.
Claire Leanne McManus’ recording of “When the Sky Painted the Street” also captured a perfect moment.
And we also liked the photo of Katie Doney, taken behind London Road in Brighton.
But the matching colors of Rob Porter-Jones’ picture with the flame in front of the hat was our pick as this month’s winner.
The December theme is ‘glow’…hoping you take inspiration from Christmas and all things festive.
But we’re sure you’ll find more inventive ways that still fit the brief.
Post your photo The Argus Camera Club Facebook page, mentioning where it was recorded. There is one entry per person and the contest ends at midnight on November 30th.
As always, the winner receives a prize of £50.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23176870.argus-camera-club-snaps-inspired-street-art-theme/?ref=rss Argus Camera Club snaps inspired by our street art theme