Monthly Competition Results

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Print Competition No 5 October 17th 2019

On Thursday 17th October the club held its fifth print competition and the final one for this year.

The competition attracted a high number of images of a very high standard and our judge for the evening Jeremy Malley-Smith had a very difficult task in selecting the winning images.

There were 2 images that scored the maximum 20 points in the Advanced Level Competition and they were

                                   Ken Tebay Blue Hour. websize                       Gannet Surfacing with Fish websize

                                              "Blue Hour" by Ken Tebay                                              "Gannet Surfacing with Fish" by Mike Williamson

In the Intermediate Level Competition there was one image awarded the maximum 20 points and that was

                                                                                  Repair Shop websize

                                                                                                 "Repair Shop" by Peter Corser

In the Club Level Competition again there were two images awarded the maximum 20 points and they were

                                           Toyota MR2 web size                       Albert Moore Cley Mill at Dusk websize

                                                         "Toyota MR2" by Phil Burns                                              "Cley Mill at Dusk" by Albert Moore


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