This week on Wednesday we have our annual battle against Kendal, it is their turn to host this year, good luck to both clubs 🤞 On Thursday we have a PAGB lecture on landscapes. We’ve not had a talk on landscapes for a good while, so this should be an interesting night 😊 Links for both have been sent via email. Hope to see you all there 😀
Month: January 2021
Please can any last minute entries for competition 5, set subject ‘fire’ be sent in by midday Wednesday. If you haven’t entered anything, please put something in, entries are a bit thin on the ground this month! Thanks 😊
This week we are going to be looking at the Postal Photographic Club’s Travelling Exhibition. Looking forward to seeing all the wonderful images 😀
Congratulations to all the winners of competition 4, was a tough job for James Hardy our excellent judge as all the images were fantastic. Below are the ones who just had the edge: set subject-book titles 1st ‘The Invisible Man’ by Janet Taylor, 2nd ‘A Pair of Blue Eyes, Thomas Hardy’ by Janet Taylor, 3rd ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Steve Bird. Highly commended was Pet Semetary by Ellen Bell. And commended were Ghosts by the Sea-Graham Dean; Our Man in Havana by Mags Carr and Between us and the Moon by Fernley Stribling.
Winners of the nature section were: 1st Wren Reflection by Janet Taylor, 2nd meadow brown butterfly by Ellen Bell and 3rd Maasai Giraffes by Peter Bagnall. Highly commended were Lioness Resting by Peter Bagnall and Robin on Stump by Joe Greenhaugh. Commended were Black Bellied Bustard Courting Display by Peter Bagnall, Pheasant with attitude by Joe Greenhaugh and Roufus Tailed Weaver Feeds chick by Peter Bagnall.
The winners of the Open section are: 1st ‘There’s no business like show business’ by Janet Taylor. 2nd Baby it’s cold outside by Ellen Bell and joint 3rd ‘Take a bite’ and ‘Emily’ both by Beth Robertson. Highly commended were ‘No Access’ by Graham Dean and Before COVID by Rhys James. commended were He’s Behind You by Fernley Stribling, On the Rocks -Half Moon Bay by Graham Dean and Old Stone Coffins by Kevin Dawson. Well done everyone 😄
This Thursday is the results evening for monthly competition 4. The set subject was book titles. Looking forward to seeing how imaginative everyone has been 😃 link will been sent via email this week. As always, any potential new members are welcome. Feel free to contact email@example.com for more information. Good luck to all who entered 🤞
Well done to everyone for some fabulous images in last night’s Knockout competition. The Well deserving winners are as follows: 1st – Christmas Day in Garstang, Janet Taylor. 2nd Wasp in Flight, Ellen Bell. 3rd Newborn Lamb by Janet Taylor and 4th Ladybird on Daisy by Graham Dean. Congratulations 😁
This week is our annual in house ‘Knockout’ competition. Lots of fun, where members get to choose their winner! Come along and join us. Zoom link sent via email 😊 Good luck 🤞
Firstly I hope everyone had a wonderful New Year. Secondly, please can I remind you all that the deadline for submission of competition M4 is Sunday 3rd January and the Knockout images are also due. The deadline for this has been extended as we have so far had a poor response, so please 🙏 dig deep into your archives if necessary and enter some images 😊 I do appreciate it is difficult having the closing date so close to the Christmas period and many of us have struggled to take new images over lockdown. Entries for the one print and folio are also due next week on 7th January. Anyone who needs help with any of the rules, please ask 🙂 Hope to see you all on Thursday. Zoom link will be sent via email in the next few days.