From my Window: Photography Competition June winner

Having relaunched the competition in June after pausing for a few months due to the exceptional circumstances brought about by the coronavirus pandemic we changed the remaining themes to make them more appropriate to the current climate on living with coronavirus, lockdown and the 'new normal'.

The June theme was From my Window. We all agreed that this month was the most difficult choice, you sent us some amazing photos. From a shortlist of six we managed to whittle it down to three and then ended up taking a vote which was narrowly won by this lovely photo of a young robin waiting patiently for its turn on the fat feeder which the photographer Adrian Button tells us is just out of shot. Sub Ed Tracey sums up our deliberations: "Just been reconsidering the photos to see if I still come to the same conclusion as I did last night and I do. I kept looking at them and changing my mind! But my favourite is the young robin diner. Every time I looked I liked it better. I think it's the way the bird stands out, framed by colour, especially the contrast of the brightness of its eye."

June winner: Lone Dine by Adrian Button
Congratulations to Adrian who has won a beepot planter from Green&Blue - now he can house bumblebees and other beneficial insects to help the wildlife in his garden.

Reminder that July is the final month for entries and the theme is Hidden Gems with a bundle of prizes from our featured Charity the Mammal Society plus others.

Full size image is on our website.

Please bear in mind at all times that your health, and the health of those around you, is more important than any photograph and you should not do anything to put it at risk.