Christopher Wilton-Steer, April 2017 winner
Christopher Wilton-Steer, April 2017 winner
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Christopher Wilton-Steer, April 2017 winner

Guardian reader pictures


Marigold stringers in Veraval, Gujarat. Although fluorescent, the lighting lent this scene a painting-like quality. I love shooting shopfronts, especially in Indian towns, as the result often feels like a window on to another world. PAUL GOLDSTEIN, JUDGE: The composition is top-notch and not arrived at by accident. The relaxed demeanour spells an intimate encounter between photographer and subjects rather than an intrusive ā€œgrabā€ shot. But for me, the yellow of the produce matching the yellow bands of the flip-flops was the icing. Outstanding.


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