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Industrial Landscapes

Created and judged by John Firth

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Many industrial landscapes are derelict or fast disappearing. Smoke stacks are toppled, pit heads are gone, gasometers scrapped and steelworks fall silent. We have a chance to record this industrial heritage while it still forms part of our landscape. For this contest, landscapes of industrial dereliction are fine but there is also a living industrial landscape out there.

This is a landscape of container ports, cargo ports and docks, manufacturing plants, power stations, refineries and chemical plants, rail goods yards, wind farms, drilling platforms. Grimy or shiny, they can all be industrial landscapes.

What is or is not ‘industrial’ can also be about the way you photograph the scene but, for the record, cityscapes of tower and office blocks are not industrial. Equally, images of machinery or people at work are not landscapes. Nor are pets - even if they are working dogs.

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Entries closed
17 January 2018

Rating
17 January 2018 to 26 January 2018

Winners announced
26 January 2018

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