A thirteen-year-old from Peckham came third place in a Jack Petchey photography competition, winning £100 for his picture showing #TheGoodInWhereILive.
Isaac Friddle, from Deptford Green School, submitted an image of a fruit and vegetable stall in Peckham market.
His entry form explained its significance: “Peckham is getting on with life, in a time of fear and uncertainty.
“Peckham is strong, diverse and multicultural.
“Peckham talks to me. It is bursting with colour, smells, sounds and activity.
“My photograph is all these things to me.
“My Peckham is a varied melting pot of all the things that I see, smell, hear and experience.
“These are my streets, this is my Peckham.”