TELEGRAPH and Argus camera club member John Shackleton took this terrific shot in what photographers call ‘the golden hour’ - the hour before sunrise or sunset when the light has a magical quality about it.

Meanwhile, Neil Clarke went urban exploring a deserted building near Bradford.

What he found was a magnificent example of graffiti art.

For their efforts they receive a free print of this picture thanks to Bradford Camera Exchange.

Would you like to see your photographs on this page?

The Telegraph & Argus Camera Club brings together amateur photographers to share their work, swap tips and take part in monthly prize competitions.

To join the free club, visit - we’d love to see what Bradford looks like through your lens.

To claim their free print, the photographer can take a copy of this image on a memory card, together with a copy of this edition of the T&A, to Bradford Camera Exchange in Northgate, Bradford.