WINTER is a very photogenic season. So it is no real surprise that members of The Press Camera Club excelled themselves in last month’s competition, which was themed... #winter.

There were some stunning landscapes - wide, frozen fields flushed with red light from a low-lying sun, frost-rimed trees, banks of snow reflecting back shafts of sunlight. But there were some great moments of humour, too.

Press photographer Frank Dwyer loved Barney Sharratt’s quirky photo of ducks marching through the snow at Rowntree Park. And there’s a lovely quality, too, about Angela Waites’ sheep huddled in the snow in Rosedale.

For Frank, however, there was a clear winner: Andrew Woodcock’s wide-angled landscape entitled simply winter sunrise. You can almost feel the frost crackling on the ground. “It’s a photograph that just sums up winter,” Frank says.

So well done Andrew, who wins £50 and a canvas print of his winning photograph.

Meanwhile, the competition has already begun for this month. The theme is #afterdark - which should pose some interesting challenges.

Good luck everyone. And if you’re not yet a member of the club but would like to join, it couldn’t be simpler. Simply type in Press Camera Club on Facebook, then sign up...