Due to the Coronavirus, we have cancelled all physical meetings until further notice. We have a rolling programme in place that will allow you to participate remotely. Thanks to our Zoom meetings we’re looking forward to the future. Keep well and safe and keep watching this space.
Recent Competition Winners. Congratulations to the authors!
Many thanks to Paul for his very thoughtful, insightful and helpful judging last night.
Congratulations go to Ian Roberts whose “Happy Whippet” was commended and for winning the competition with “Tawny Owl Feeding at Night” (below); Julia Wainwright’s “Kingfisher Sent Fishing” was second and “Finlay” by Judith Gimber, third.
Highly commended were “Red Squirrel Balancing” by Julia, “Repetitive Strain Injury” by Judy Buckley-Sharp and “Swirling Calla Lily” by Avril Candler.
Thanks to everyone who entered the competition and who joined us for a thoroughly enjoyable and informative evening. Finally very many thanks again to Paul for his excellent judging.
All the entries may be seen on our Facebook page.
We celebrated our return from the short Christmas break with an evening of gentle critiquing!
Some brave members submitted images they were either working on for guidance/feedback or had entered in past competitions and wanted to better understand why scores hadn’t met expectations. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, interactive, informative and extremely useful; even better no blood was spilt!
Many thanks to everyone who entered into the spirit of the evening.
Next week we have our Open Subject online competition which is being judged by Paul Hendley LRPS.
In the meantime, Happy New Year – do keep safe, warm and well.
Many thanks to Lloyd for judging last night’s competition which drew to a close our club activities for 2020. It was a great way to finish the year with the imaginative and creative images of ‘Festive Tunes’ which Lloyd judged sympathetically in the spirit of the competition.
Congratulations to Ian Roberts who won the Trophy with “The Holly and The Ivy”; Peter Polkinghorne was second with “Jingle Bells” and Judith Gimber’s “Deck the Halls” third. Highly commended were “Festive Guitar” by Peter Keeble, “Misteltoe and Wine” by Alan Graham and Ian’s “Jingle Bells”.
All the Festive Tune images may be seen on Facebook.
Thanks again to everyone who entered, came along to enjoy the evening and of course to Lloyd.
Have as good a Christmas as possible, stay safe and well and look forward to 2021.
We will be back on 5th January.