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 “grab” 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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