AMATEUR photographer David Constantine has been presented his prize for his winning entry into the ‘Capturing the East Riding’ competition.
Organised by the East Riding Cultural Partnership, the contest challenged residents and visitors to capture what the East Riding meant to them through photography.
In total, more than 700 entries were submitted by individuals, community groups and schools.
Three local judges selected the top 100 entries for an exhibition; Capturing the East Riding: Photographs from the Community, and the exhibition will be on display at Pocklington Arts Centre from August 5 to September 22.
Photographer David Contanstine impressed judges with his stunning shot of an orange wave at Kilnsea, and David Geekie, a trustee at Burnby Hall and Gardens, presented him with a prize of a double adult 2012 season pass for the estate.
The Cultural Partnership would like to thank everyone who took time to enter the competition and all the can be viewed on the website; www2.eastriding.gov.uk/leisure/events/capturing-the-east-riding/