Which Inside a Building Picture?

OK, I need your help again. Its round 2 of the Amateur Photographer of the Year competition. The results for round 1 (trees) were in Amateur Photographer magazine today and yours truly didn’t feature in the top 30 that they published. However undaunted I will press on optimistically. (I secretly have the ambition to get just one picture in the magazine from the 8 or 10 or whatever rounds). It has been nice to have something interesting to make me take pictures, and nice that it moves me out of my comfort zone. This collection of candidates for the “inside a building” round were largely taken this month (13 of the 17), and that’s because my hard drive has very few suitable pictures in it. You learn new things when you are out of your comfort zone.

Anyway, please help me choose an entry from this list. I’ll send my entry in late Thursday night. The deadline is Friday.

 

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Thanks for your help.

PS. I still need to photograph people. Men, Women and others. Let me know if you would like to be a subject.

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  • Julie

    2 or 13 for me, really like the simplistic ones. The art gallery pictures are beautiful but not as unusual as your abstract ones.

  • martin

    1 or 2. I would put in 2 as I think it fits the brief. Like Julie the Gallery shots are striking but only 4 and 11 fit the brief.

  • Anne

    My favourite is number 10 because of the animals and the aeroplane-in-a-builing! Best building on its own – number 1 – love the red, the big nuts and the church through the window…

  • Maggie Irving

    Number 1. Astonishing!!!

  • Richard

    I’m too late….again!

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  • You do have some odd things going on in your head, but only compared to the average American, so that is a good thing. However, no one ever polled me for that chart.[]