It’s the first day of autumn today, in the northern hemisphere at least. In astronomical terms, today marks the autumn equinox when both the day and the night will be exactly 12 hours long.
To mark this event, the DLR team have decided to launch an autumn competition. Closing date for entries will be the 14th December to coincide roughly with the start of winter on the 20th December. The winner will be announced on Christmas Eve.
We’ve titled the competition shades of autumn and we apologise for this northern hemispheric bias. For those in the southern hemisphere of course today is the first day of spring so perhaps a dig around in the archives will turn up an entry or two.
The trees are changing and of course we’ll have the wonderful displays of colour but we’d like to see creative interpretations of the theme. In landscape photography terms, shades of…
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