A miserable summer – but it had its uses!
While most of us were moaning about the miserable summer weather, amateur photographer Neil Hutchinson saw it as the perfect excuse to take some dramatic pictures.
Murky, grey clouds provided the perfect backdrop for this snap of the old Wolsey factory, in Belgrave, Leicester.
Neil said he used his flash to make the bright graffiti really stand out.
"I came across what remained of the old Wolsey factory and this superb bit of graffiti," he said. "I highlighted the wall with my flashgun, which enabled me to keep the rest of the picture quite dark and moody."
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Neil has submitted the picture for our latest photography competition, which has the theme Old and New.
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The closing date for entries is November 18, with entrants allowed to submit up to six photos.
Send your entries, with a short caption, along with your name, address and contact details – putting 'Old and New competition' in the subject box. Pictures should be e-mailed to: