Sunrise picture is best from the Fens at Wisbech awards
Octavia View in Wisbech was packed out for the awards evening for Fenland Photographer of the Year.
Atelier East created the competition to help Fenland District Council to get some inspiring pictures of Fenland for their tourism guide.
Tim Daniels will have his winning photograph of a sunrise over the fields included in the Welcome to the Cambridgeshire Fens visitor guide.
Other winners were Julie Shortland (heritage and culture), Chris Brudenell (churches), Barry Clark (market towns), Ian Stacey (waterways) and Roger Newark (outdoor pursuits).
Karen Harvey, artistic director from Atelier East, said: 'It was great to bring so many creative people together in such a beautiful and unique venue as Octavia View, and to share a special evening of celebration and some fantastic photographic art.
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'We hope to support many more photographers and Fenland District Council again next year.'
An exhibition will be running at Octavia View in South Brink, Wisbech, until February 2.
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It will be available to view and purchase Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm. There are also pictures to see in Octavia View's caf�.
For more information, go online to www.atelier-east.co.uk