We invited photographers to capture Moore's sculptures in Kew's landscape, Making the most of the light, shade and seasonal changes. Picking out texture, or creating a tableau.
These images are a selection of entries from the Moore and Landscape category of our Photo Showcase. Entries to the showcase are now closed, but we hope you continue to enjoy those images that were submitted by photographers from around the world. You can see more on Flickr.
And here's some advice on photographing Moore's sculptures from professional photographer Charlie Hopkinson:
I'd see what they look like at low light conditions, so I'd have a go at dusk, and use some very gentle and diffuse lighting to keep some of their three dimensional look. I'd concentrate on trying to avoid creating a flat look, which would be the kiss of death for these sculptures. It's not an easy proposition. I expect I'd get through rather a lot of film in the process. Moore himself was adept at photographing his work.