NO, you're not seeing double. These are simply the winning entries in The Press Camera Club #reflections competition run last month.

There are some classic double images, such as Lynne Kinder's beautifully composed kingfisher and Sally Sallett's double frog. There's some delicious use of colour - Marj Holdsworth's 'Through a puddle clearly' and Paul Anthony White's 'Northumberland' are good examples. And there's some humour, as in Heather Storr's reflection of Rievaulx Abbey in a pair of sunglasses positioned on a rock.

"This month’s entrants used a wide variety of methods and materials to achieve the desired effect, with a great selection of eye catching images being produced, making the challenge of picking a winner even more difficult than usual," says Press photographer Frank Dwyer. Nevertheless, pick a winner he did - Lynette Cammidge, for her funny, clever, and well executed photo of a 'face' at Bodnant Gardens. "A most memorable image," Frank said.

Congratulations to Lynnette, and to all the featured runners-up, for a great set of pictures.This month's competition is #portraits. Entries are already coming in. So get snapping...

Stephen Lewis