Keeping watch at North Norfolk Photographic Society

Novice winner Keeping Watch. Picture: Val Dawson

Novice winner Keeping Watch. Picture: Val Dawson - Credit: Archant

North Norfolk Photographic Society held a competition for printed pictures on 15th March. The judge on this occasion - a new visitor to the club - was Dianne Gibson, who came from the other side of Norwich to do the honours.

Judge Dianne Gibson. Picture: Robin Johnson

Judge Dianne Gibson. Picture: Robin Johnson - Credit: Robin Johnson

Dianne is a member of Bunwell and District Camera Club.

As is now the arrangement, Novice members were first to put up their prints to be assessed. First place went to Val Dawson whose somewhat menacing photo of a crocodile (maybe an alligator?) was called 'Keeping Watch'.

Second was Grace Glaister with a picture of a field, and in the middle of it, two crows. Grace also won third place with 'Remains of the Day'.

Then - the 'Advanced' section. This was won by Bernard Dawson, with a clever picture of a face mixed with an overlay of rectangles, each filled with various shapes and images and entitled 'Dilapidated'. Second came Paul Richards' 'Horse with a View' - a horse in a landscape - and third Barb Gardner with 'Norwich Cathedral from Peters' Bridge.'

Crows was second in the novice category. Picture: Grace Glaister

Crows was second in the novice category. Picture: Grace Glaister - Credit: Grace Glaister

Meetings of the North Norfolk Photographic Society are normally held on the first and third Wednesdays each month at the Holt Community Centre. For further details please contact the club secretary, Judith Wells at secretary.nnps@gmail.com or see the club website at http://www.nnphotosoc.org


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Dilapidated, the advanced winner. Picture: Bernard Dawson

Dilapidated, the advanced winner. Picture: Bernard Dawson - Credit: Archant

Horse with a View was second in the advanced category. Picture: Paul Richards

Horse with a View was second in the advanced category. Picture: Paul Richards - Credit: Paul Richards

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