The Royal Parks charity is holding a photography competition to celebrate its beauty across the capital.

Competitors can capture settings in any of the eight parks, two public gardens and cemetery, which “every day sees thousands of people experience special moments”.

There are four categories, including people, nature, events, and history and heritage.

The first can include people exercising, playing or simply watching the world go by.

Remember to get consent from anyone is the photograph as The Royal Parks will only accept photos with children with written consent from an adult.

The winner will receive two tickets to one of the parks’ small events of their choice, plus lunch for two at the Serpentine Bar & Kitchen in Hyde Park.

Nature is the living things in the parks from insects to trees to animals to plants.

The winner will receive an opportunity to learn more about the nature of Richmond Park by spending a morning with one of the Park’s Wildlife Officers, followed by lunch for two at the Pembroke Lodge.

Events can include guided walks to huge concerts to art fairs.

The winner will receive two tickets to see Roger Waters at BST Hyde Park.

History and heritage is “your take on the parks’ history”, and can include anything from monuments, architecture, vistas and memorials.

The winner will receive a VIP pass behind the scenes to Trooping the Colour.

Participants can submit small files for judging but also have a high resolution file over 4MB, this is to make large prints of the winners.

The Royals Parks include Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park, Bushy Park, St James's Park, The Green Park, The Regent's Park and Primrose Hill, Greenwich Park, Brompton Cemetery, Victoria Tower Gardens, and Grosvenor Square Garden.

To enter go here or via the Facebook page.