Passionate about the University of Nottingham’s campuses? Like the #BeastsofUoN? Enjoy taking pictures? Then this is the competition for you!
We aimed to inspire staff, students and visitors from the community to explore the University of Nottingham’s great outdoor spaces and record how enriching and inspiring our environment can be.
We captured images of landscapes across the University, as well as images of some of the #BeastsofUoN that call it home. All images entered into the competition were taken on the University of Nottingham campuses in the UK and Asia.
One prize of a £100 voucher will be available for the overall winner of the competition, four prizes of a £50 voucher are offered to category winners, and two £20 prizes are awarded to the highly commended entrants at the judges discretion.
41 photos were shortlisted, which can be seen on our Facebook page. These photos were scrutinised by a panel of judges, who decided on the below photos as the winners of the competition.
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Photographer: An Cuypers, staff
Squirrel on a bench between the lake and Jubilee Avenue.
Photographer: Luke Norman, student
West Entrance, University Park.
Photographer: Prof. Mark Searle, staff
Orange Tip (male) taken in early May 2016 in the Old Orchard, University Park.
Photographer: Toby Spurrel, student
Photo of a swan swimming on the lake at University Park campus. The photo was taken through a crystal ball and has not been edited.
Photographer: Olivia Thomas-Neher, member of the public
Photo taken of sleeping duck on University Park.
Photographer: Azriq Aiman Bin Azman, staff
Photo taken at the Lakeside, University Park campus.
Photographer: James Pickering, student
Photo of a blue-tailed bee-eater, perching on a champaca (joy perfume tree) at the Malaysia Campus, showing the Trent Building clock tower in the background.
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