Picture Parade Three Hundred and Six

These are wonderful but I hope I can share them with you because I don’t have formal permission.

Taken from the BBC website.

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Sea views: Capturing British maritime life

The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society charity has announced the winners of its seventh annual photography competition.

The competition encourages amateur and professional photographers to enter pictures that capture the essence of Britain’s long maritime heritage, with its merchant ships, fishermen, coasts, ports and harbours.

Here is a selection of the winning entries.

Overall winner, Laurence Hartwell’s Landing Mackerel, captures a fisherman with his catch in Newlyn, Cornwall

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John Alderson’s Sunrise Through The Wave won the People category

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Amanda Burgess’s Fate of the Mersey Ferry won the Ships and Wrecks category

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Laurence Hartwell’s Keeping Things Running Safely was highly commended in the People category

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Mark Dobson’s Wild Seas, shot at Gwithian, Cornwall, won the Coastal Views category

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Gary Richardson’s Heading for Harbour was highly commended in the Ships and Wrecks category

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Alan Humphries’s Brighton Sussex Display won the Recreation category

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Noel Bennett’s Sunrise over The Cobb was highly commended in the Coastal Views category

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Stanley Pearson’s Jet Rides was highly commended in the Recreation category

All photographs copyright of the contributors, courtesy of the Shipwrecked Mariners Society and PA Media

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These are simply wonderful.

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