Stunning images from Bungay Camera Club’s latest competition

Mucky windows, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Holly Stranks.

Mucky windows, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Holly Stranks. - Credit: Holly Stranks

These images achieved notable positions at Bungay Camera Club's 'Doors, Walls and Windows' themed competition.

Scene through the glass, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Edward Lynch.

Scene through the glass, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Edward Lynch. - Credit: Edward Lynch

Judge Mike Cowling awarded positions for colour prints to Holly Stranks and Edward Lynch, who came in joint first place; Peter Nixon, Andy Wilson and David Morrell who came in joint second place and Robert Taylor, Jane Murphy, Ray Mason and Sue Grief in joint third place.

Results for monochrome prints were: Marion Ridgley and David Morrell in joint first, Colin Hoffman, Sue Grief, Andy Wilson and Terry Tooze in joint second and Kenneth Warne, Holly Stranks, David Penrose, Peter Nixon, Ray Mason, Richard Roberts and Alan Lyall all in joint third.

The digital projected images were judged during the second half of the evening and awards went to Kenneth Warne in first place, Ray Mason, David Morrell, Jane Murphy, Adrian Muttitt, Peter Nixon and Brian Philpott in joint second and Donna Finch, Edward Lynch, Marion Ridgley, Richard Roberts, Holly Stranks and Robert Taylor in joint third.

The club's next themed competition takes place on May 24 and the subject will be 'Food and Drink'. In the meantime, members will be selecting images to be presented at a three-way print battle with Framlingham and Beccles clubs, being hosted by Bungay. The competition will be held at Broome Village Hall on May 10.

The wall, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Marion Ridgley.

The wall, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Marion Ridgley. - Credit: Marion Ridgley

Club members are also looking forward to a trip to the North Norfolk Railway on May 6 and to presentations by professional photographers during the summer, with landscape photographer Andrew Midgley visiting on June 14 and wildlife photographer Jamie Hall on July 12.

Bungay Camera Club holds its meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at Broome Village Hall. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start and prospective members are welcome to attend two meetings free of charge (apart from the evenings with professional photographers). Members do not need expensive equipment, anyone can join and learn how to make the most of the camera they own.

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More information about the group and joining the club can be found at www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk

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Waiting, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Kenneth Warne.

Waiting, taken by Bungay Camera Club member Kenneth Warne. - Credit: Kenneth Warne

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