Photographers explored the county’s hidden beauty spots for this week’s Camera Club competition.

Snaps of secret gardens and lesser-known landmarks were submitted.
This week’s winner is Allen Dannfald, with his snap of the Nuba Survival, in Checkendon near Henley in South Oxfordshire.

The sculpture depicts two skeletons locked in an embrace which represents the plight of the Nuba people. 

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Mr Dannfald said: "In an isolated field near a dilapidated barn stands this chilling portrayal of the plight of the Nuba peoples of Sudan.

"There are no signs leading to the striking sculpture or plaques explaining its meaning."

Oxford Mail: Allen Dannfald The Nuba Survival, Checkendon.

Next week's competition theme is 'adventure'. Send your snaps to the Oxford Mail Camera Club Facebook page to enter and your photography could feature in the paper.

Happy snapping.

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