The winners of a photography competition run by Crawley Borough Council have been revealed.
More than 150 entries were made to the Click Crawley contest, which aimed to get residents out and about in the town.
The contest was split into three categories: Changing Seasons, In Motion and Hidden Crawley.
Claire Stephenson was voted overall winner for her entry called, ‘Tilgate Park in the snow’.
Darren Wells was chosen as winner of Changing Seasons, for his photo of trees reflected in a lake.
Erin Prosser-Wellburn scooped the prize for the In Motion category, for her photo of a grey heron flying over Goffs Park Lake.
The Hidden Crawley category was awarded to Syndonia Worth for her photo of the pagoda in Tilgate Park.
All four photos will be included in the February/March issue of Crawley Live, with Claire Stephenson’s winning image featured on the cover.
The judging panel consisted of Cllr Duncan Crow, Cabinet member for Leisure and Cultural Services, and council officers.
Cllr Crow said: “Judging was very difficult due to the extremely high standard of entries. It was great to see the community embracing the spirit of the competition and finding inspiration from the town.
“Thank you very much to everyone who took park and congratulations to the worthy winners.”
The winners will be presented with a canvas of their print, courtesy of Tesco Crawley Photo Centre, on Tuesday (February 4) at a preview evening held at The Hawth.
They, together with a selection of other entries, will be on display for two weeks after that event.