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Winners of 24 hours in Bristol photography competition revealed

PUBLISHED: 12:36 15 August 2016 | UPDATED: 12:36 15 August 2016

1st prize - Bristol Energy by Paolo Ferla from Bath

1st prize - Bristol Energy by Paolo Ferla from Bath

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We showcase some of the beautiful photography captured by entrants

Photographers who were challenged to capture the best of Bristol on camera have been recognised with a set of awards.The winners of this year’s 24 Hours in Bristol photography competition were revealed at Bristol’s Harbourside Arts Centre. The annual event is open to anyone with a camera or mobile phone and involves entrants being randomly allocated an hour of the day or night in which they must take at least one photograph

The winners were:

1ST PRIZE - Bristol’s Energy by Paolo Ferla from Bath.

2ND PRIZE - All Together Now by Joshua Perritt from Bishopston.

3RD PRIZE - Two Priests by Thomas Boot from Clevedon.

THE BRISTOL ENERGY PRIZE - An exciting new prize for 2016 is the £1,000 Bristol Energy Prize, which was won by Joshua Perrett’s stunning aerial photograph All Together Now, which also won the overall second prize.

THE FUJIFILM PRIZE FOR THE BEST IMAGE TAKEN WITH A MOBILE PHONE was won by Stuart Lees from Bedminster for his early morning shot Cycle Path taken in the 7-8am time slot.

THE FOTOSPEED PRIZE FOR THE BEST PANORAMIC IMAGE was won by another of Joshua Perrett’s photographs, On a High.

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