Library Photo Competition Winner


The Camera Club met on Tuesday 8 October to judge the entries for the recent competition.  I took no part in the voting as I was aware of the identities of the competitors but the others present, plus 3 members currently in the UK, reviewed the entries, which had been “anonymized”.

You can review the winners below and all entries on the Library website via the cube gallery.

Turn, drag the cube with the mouse then click on any of the images on any of the cube faces to see the picture in full view or to view the whole album.

The standard of entries was found to be impressive, but the results of the voting were decisive:-

In the category, “People and Animals”, the winner was Paul Winters for his photograph of a Great tit (or is it a Coal tit?) helping itself to a grub.

In the category, “Places”, the winner was Di Nottage for her photograph of Budapest at night.

In the category, “Land/Sea/Skyscapes, the winner once again was Paul Winters with his image of a typical Limousin woodland track.

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all who took part. 

Having now seen the quality of the entries, can you resist the challenge to do better in the next competition?

I will be contacting the winners personally in due course.

If you are interested in joining the Camera Club or want to find out more, please contact Steve Chicken via the Library message centre or via the contact form on the  Camera Club group page.

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