Please vote for me!!!

Well this is embarrassing! It seems that the links on the photos had broken and reverted to the media file rather than the voting page. I hope it wasn’t too annoying and you would still do me the honour of voting for my pictures. Do let me know if there are more issues.

Mountains, Wild Places & Water

Ordnance Survey, the UK’s mapping agency, is looking for photos to put on the front of their hundreds of paper maps, in a competition they’ve called Photofit, and as a passionate geographer and photographer, I feel the opportunity is too good to pass up. So, I have submitted 12 of my photos (so far) in the hope that they might use one/some of them. They’ll be entered for either the competition to be on the cover of the Explorer Maps (1:25,000 scale, the orange ones*), which ends on the 19th April 2015, or to be on the cover of the Landranger Maps (1:50,000 scale, the pink ones), which ends on 31st October 2015.

To be considered, I need people to vote for them, and it is the photos with the highest votes for each area that will be put forward for judging. The main prize is the prestige of…

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