Recent Competition Winners.  Congratulations to the authors!

11th June: Namibia – a Talk by Maggie Tear LRPS CPAGB and Ron Tear MPAGB ARPS PSA3 BPE3

What a treat we had last night as Maggie and Ron shared their journey through Namibia through their wonderful landscape and wildlife photography. The terrain, history and magic of the place were captured beautifully and their visual and verbal descriptions, especially of the ‘silence of the dunes’, was breathtaking.

Many thanks to them both for an inspiring evening.

4th June: Print Competition #6

The final monthly print competition of the season was judged by Kevin Day who gave an excellent, comprehensive and informative commentary across all the entries. We had a huge entry and thank everyone for contributing to an extraordinary evening. Kevin commented on the high standard of prints presented this evening.

In the Beginners‘ section, Barry Sampson won with “Newcastle Station Roof” and scored 18s for “Reflection in Blue and “Grand Union Canal at Casio”. Mike Kass also scored 18 for “Sun in the Eye”.

In the Open section 26 prints scored 18s and above with John Draper’s “Stormy Weather” in first place. Julia Wainwright’s “Strength and Vulnerability” was second and Dave Martin’s “Stathes Harbour and Town” third. Julia’s “Dropped Catch – Bald Eagle” also scored 20 points. 19s went to Trevor Alexander, Judy Buckley-Sharp, Avril Candler, Alan Colegrave, John Draper, Judith Gimber, Peter Keeble and Dave Martin.

It was a great way to end the season. Congratulations to the winners and high scorers. Grateful thanks to Kevin for making the evening so enjoyable and to everyone who contributed to the evening.

Available print images may be seen on our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/harrowcameraclub/

21st May: Print Competition #5

Last night’s competition was judged by Jeff Lawrence LRPS CPAGB.

In the Beginners‘ section, Barry Sampson’s “Heal’s Spiral” scored 20 and the extra point and his “Waiting for Sunset” scored 18.

In the Open section, Jeff gave three prints 20 points. Dave Martin’s “Ladybird and Dew on Pasque Flower” was given first place; Julia Wainwright’s “Bald Eagle Walking on Snow” second and John Draper’s “Rhea” third. 19s went to Alan Colegrave, Alice Kass, Judith Gimber and Julia Wainwright and 18s to Ron, Judith, Dave and Mark Buckley-Sharp.

Congratulations to the winners and high scorers and many thanks to Jeff for his judging. Thanks to everyone who entered for giving us such an interesting and inspiring range of subject matter and ‘takes’.