Bracknell Forest photo competition

Our competition is taking a break in 2023.

If you are looking to hone your photography skills, why not check out one of the local photography groups, such as Bracknell Camera Club?

Photo competition results 2022

In 2022 we challenged amateur photographers to capture Bracknell Forest’s mood-boosting places.

This theme reflects the abundance of amazing local places, which makes Bracknell Forest a special place in which to live, work and play.

The top 5 winning images from this year’s photo competition can be seen below.
We felt these excellent images perfectly capture the mood-boosting theme of our competition.

All of the fantastic winning and commended images can be seen in our YouTube channel.

For more information about the competition results see the news article.

Thank you to everyone who entered photos, and we hope you enjoyed taking part.


First place

Lift off at Mill Pond by Ray Hewitt

The judges scored Ray’s photo highly for its overall impact and technical ability.

The image nicely symbolises how being close to nature can help to boost residents’ moods.

A bird taking off over a pond.

Second place

Bracknell town centre skyline at night by Gareth Fish

A photo of the Bracknell town centre at night, with a range of lights across the skyline.

Third place

Misty Dawn - bird's-eye view over Windmill Meadows by John Jacobs

Sunrise photo of a misty meadow.

South Hill Park on a golden summer morning, by Claire Moore

An old house in the background with yellow flowers close to the camera.

Special award

Dusk at Cabbage Hill by Ruhi Usman Shaikh

Two people watching the sun go down in front of a statue.

Competition sponsors

Thank you to all our competition sponsors for supporting this year's competition.