I said that the outdoor exhibition of photography we discovered at Kew Gardens warranted its own post…..

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There were so many fabulous images, but I snapped my top five favourites.

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Garden Tiger Moth (taken in Amersham, Bucks) by Paul Keene (finalist)

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Fieldfare in the Snow (taken in Brackley, Northamptonshire) by Craig Churchill (finalist)

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Summer Stripes (gazania and hoverfly taken in her garden in South Lanarkshire) by Sarah-Fiona Helme (finalist)

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Gulls on Glasshouse Roof (taken at Kew) by John Penberthy (third place)

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and the winner, Deborah Casso’s Lone Lily Pad (taken at Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle)

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I think you’ll agree they look pretty amazing just as my snapshots; the quality of the reproductions on display was stunning.

There was a large panel of judges, including one of my favourite gardening TV presenters, Chris Beardshaw.

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The exhibition of the International Garden Photographer of the Year runs until 13 September 2009 and is well worth seeking out if you are near Kew over the summer.

Enjoy!

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