This gallery displays recent winners of the monthly competition on our 'Pick of the Week' group on Flickr
, as voted for by fellow members. The winning photographer is awarded the glittering "Tiger Trophy" and selects the next month's theme. Our New Year's theme for January 2019 is "Texture".
To ask for an invitation to join the group, click here. You are restricted to posting 5 images a week Any of the images can be on the monthly competition theme - just add it into your title. We would encourage you to enter new images - shoot in response to the theme, rather than trawl the archives.
December’s theme “Winter Light” produced a tie between Hilary Barton, whose image of the Shard with the Moon and Venus at Dawn secured most votes alongside Rob Wilkinson’s picture of light streaming into the Reggia di Venaria Reale inTorino.
For November, our theme was "Bridges". Natalie Robinson's picture from the Barbican
was the winner.
Paul Shelley’s dynamic backlit black and white image of a cyclist speeding through the park, The Sunday Ride
, beat the rest in October under the theme “Light and Shadows”.
Alan Larsen’s image Angel Wings
- a crop of a Thomas Heatherwick art work at Paternoster Square - garnered most votes from the rest of us under September’s “Abstract” theme.
Mark Johnston’s exuberant Neon Overload
was the runaway winner of August’s competition for images of Neon Signs.
“New and Old, Old and Young” was July’s theme, and the result was a tie between Ellen Whittle’s touching shot
of a father and daughter in the park and Keith Cavanagh’s capture
of the juxtaposition of ancient and modern in London Wall.
The winner for June's theme "A Splash of Colour" was Jemma Ayre's lovely image of a stained glass window
In May, Alan Larsen received most "faves" for his Kiteboarding
shot, under the theme "Windy".
In April the theme was "Transport", and Kate Shortland's picture of a punk(ish) Tube guard
was the winner.