Quirky South Downs photos

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A top prize of £250 is on offer for the best photo showing the South Downs National Park from a different perspective.

Nick Heasman, western area manager for the South Downs National Park Authority and competition judge, said: ‘It’s amazing how the same place can feel so different depending on how you look at it, the time of day, season or your physical approach.

‘Show us the South Downs from a fresh perspective – a quirky new angle, from above, from a bus or at night. It’s up to you.’

First prize is £250, second prize is £150 and third prize is £50. This year there is a special £100 prize for the best photo of the South Downs by starlight.

Find out more about the competition and download an entry from southdowns.gov.uk/photo2015.