Love Captured 2016: The top 10 finalists and winning photo
Find out how love has been captured across the UK this year as the results of eHarmony’s annual Love Captured photography competition are revealed
Earlier this year we launched our national photography competition Love Captured for the third time. We asked for photos that showed what love means to people from across the UK, with categories that included couples, family, friends, pets and travel and landscapes.
We can now reveal the top 10 finalists, including the competition’s overall winner Michael Berwick with his stunning photography ‘Together’ capturing the love between his parents on their 30th anniversary. Entries were judged for their creativity, quality and charm by a panel of experts in the fields of art and romance; psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos, eHarmony’s Creative Services Group, Instagrammer The Way We Met, Dad Blog UK and Robert Dingle of the Art Fund.
Here are the 10 images that beat over 1000 entries to make it to the final:
1st place – Love Captured 2016 overall winner
‘Together’ by Michael Berwick, of Eastbourne, features Michael’s parents, Ian and Karen, holding hands as their beloved dogs, Poppy and Ruby, look on.
‘Love comes in all shapes and sizes’ by Sue Gibson, of Warwick, captures a moment between Sue’s father and her son.
‘Wild Carneddau Ponies’ by Sandra Robinson, from Wales, depicts two wild ponies that seem to be nuzzling together. A reminder that love and affection isn’t an exclusively human quality.
‘Capturing our granddaughter Hannah’ by Gillian in Northumberland.
‘Sisters for life’ by Laura Davies, from Wales, shows a girl embracing her baby sister in a tender moment between siblings.
‘Dinner in the romantic Maldives’ by Gareth Beynon from the south west.
‘Husband and Son’ by Jane McColl from Yorkshire.
‘Captured at a local show’ by Yvette Robertshaw, from Wales, shows a young man braving the rain at a village show, holding his dog. Their close relationship is touching to witness.
‘Brother and sister love’ by Caroline Cordery, from the West Midlands.
‘Safia and Umama’ by Ata Adnan depicts two young cousins sharing a loving embrace.
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