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A father-of-two has scooped the top spot in our photography competition with a striking picture of Sheriff Hutton Castle.
Richard Burdon’s atmospheric photo of Whitby came third
Shaun Conway, 45, will receive a £75 prize Jessops voucher and will be invited to spend a week shadowing The Press team of photographers.
He said: “It will be a fantastic experience. I’m an IT consultant, but my most recent contract ended in October. I like photography, but I just don’t do enough of it.”
We asked readers to send photos that captured what Yorkshire meant to them. We received almost 400 entries.
David Hopley took the runner-up spot with his photo of kite buggying at Bridlington, while Richard Burdon came third for his photo of Whitby.
Martin Oates, The Press picture editor, said: “The standard was very high, but we felt these three pictures really stood out and Shaun’s photo of Sheriff Hutton Castle was by far the favourite.”
David Hopley’s shot of kite buggying at Bridlington which was awarded the runner-up spot