Today we present the second selection of entries in our York photo competition – and announce an extension to the contest’s deadline.
In response to a request from photographers, our judging panel have agreed to extend the deadline for entries until January 6, 2014.
“The original plan was to close the competition at the beginning of September to allow judging time and preparation for an exhibition at City Screen at the beginning of October,” said YorkMix editor Chris Titley.
“But it quickly became clear that many photographic clubs and societies take a break over summer, reconvening in the autumn.
“City Screen have kindly agreed to move the exhibition date to January 18, which now allows us to accept entries up to and including January 6 next year.
“As this is the 2013 competition, the revised dates will allow us to accept pictures which were taken throughout the entire year of 2013. It also allows schools and younger entrants more time to prepare their entries.
“So the title of York Photographer of the Year – and York Young Photographer of the Year are still up for grabs.”
For full competition rules and to enter click here.
Station rush hour
The first of two entries showcased here by Harry Silcock captures the bustle of one of Britain’s busier stations.
Harry Silcock’s shot of the interior of the great cathedral, showing the immense scale involved.
A less common view of our waterways by Harrison Cox, with the title Subtle Reflections.
A classic view of the Ouse with the vibrant red of the boats set against the blue hues of river and sky, by Barbara-Ann Collins.
The second of our selections from the lens of Raymond Price is a familiar sight at the weekend.
Folk relaxing on Millennium Bridge, with a remarkable sky above, by Chris Mackins.
A modern view
Another shot by Chris Mackins, showing the Minster through Hungate Bridge. As Chris says, “York – it’s not all medieval”.