Photographers honoured at the Countryside Alliance Awards
TWO photographers who specialise in taking rural pictures will be honoured at the forthcoming Countryside Alliance Awards.
Kay Thompson and Sarah Farnsworth, from Gloucestershire, will be named Rural Heroes at the eighth annual Rural Oscars ceremony when it takes place at the House of Commons.
They are being recognised for their contributions to rural life. The Countryside Alliance have chosen three heroes across the country.
Kay is a semi-professional countryside and rural pursuits photographer, who uses a documentary style.
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It was Kay's dedication to hunting and supporting local packs that secured her a nomination for a Countryside Alliance Award.
Meanwhile, Sarah also documents hunts. She has worked with more than 100 packs adding hunting and photography were her passions in life. The awards ceremony will take place on March 13.
Commenting on the photographs, Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo picture editor Carey Tompsett said: "Their work is absolutely stunning and really captures the essence of part of the rural life in Gloucestershire."