â€˜Autumn trail in Shustokeâ€™ by Tony Watson
What the judges said: This sums up the English autumn â€“ you can almost smell it.
â€˜All Aboardâ€™ by Myra Stokes
What the judges said: A life time is in that face and heâ€™s still smiling. Steam is an inherent part of our culture and this chap sums up the enthusiasm for a very British hobby.
â€˜Reaching for cultureâ€™ by Lauren Cadwallender
What the judges said: Nice idea, very patriotic! But could have done with some blue sky!
â€˜Peaceful in the Rainâ€™ by Lauren Cadwallender
What the judges said: Oddly poignant picture, very cleverly shot with excellent use of light.
â€˜Packwood House through the gateâ€™ by Tom Henderson
What the judges said: Lovely composition.
The light is good and you feel the cold of that winterâ€™s day. Good colour contrast between the red of the brickwork and the unicorn on the top of the gate arch, the vivid blue of the sky and the white of the snow. Red, white and blue â€“ very British!
â€˜Henry V, Stratford-upon-Avonâ€™ by Karol J Gajewski
What the judges said: Marvellous composition. Good use of black and white â€“ a colour version of this wouldnâ€™t have worked so well.
What the judges said: Two signs of the English summer â€“ bluebells and peacock butterfly. We like the way the blue of the flower is picked up in the blue of the butterflyâ€™s spots.
â€˜Baddesley Clintonâ€™ by Allan Harris
What the judges said: Itâ€™s hard to go wrong with Baddesley Clinton â€“ a beautiful house but hard to photograph if the light isnâ€™t right. The warmth of the stonework shows through here, on a cloudier day this house can look very stern!
â€˜Exiting the tunnelâ€™ by Anne Ogden
What the judges said: Nice framing. A really peaceful scene and quintessential Warwickshire with its hundreds of miles of canal â€“ and hardly a soul around.