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Winning photographs go on display at Dales Countryside Museum
9:00am Sunday 17th February 2013 in News
The work of amateur photographers who took part in a special competition run by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) is now being showcased in the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes.
Visitors will be able to admire the 20 photos that were selected for special treatment from hundreds of entries in the competition.
The exhibition itself runs to February 27 but the photos will be on display in the building until the end of September.
All 20 will also appear in a new National Park Management Plan to be published later this year and the top five photos will be turned into postcards that will be sold at the national park centres.
The competition – called Your Yorkshire Dales National Park: a snapshot – was judged by Craven Herald photographer Stephen Garnett, Hebden’s Olympic gold medal rower Andy Hodge and Drystone Radio’s 12-year-old DJ Daisy Watkiss.
As well as being seen in the museum, the winning images can be viewed on the authority website at yorkshiredales.org.uk.