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Spectacular images score highly in December’s competition


Stroud Camera Club held their last photographic competition of 2023 last Thursday. As usual the competition was split between printed entries and digitally projected entries, and the standard was very high in both categories with several photos scoring the maximum 20 points in each category. 

Two images from Trish Bloodworth, Patrice and Reflective Peony each scored 19 points in the Print section as did René Cason’s Northern Fulmar and Malcolm Marner’s The Huntsman and Dog. With maximum of 20 points were Richard Atkinson’s Little Bounder and Roger Matthews with Giza Pyramids.

In the Digital section, five images each scored 19 points: Richard Atkinson with Incoming, Annie Blick with Good Friends, René Cason with Rufous backed Wren, Ian peters with Marina & Markia’s High Jinks and Shake it all about, also by Ian Peters.  Annie Blick’s What Lies Beyond scored a maximum 20 points, as did Trish Bloodworth with her two entries, Run the Rainbow and Serious Friends.  Brian Dinnage took the final 20 points with his Another Six.

All of the entries to the competition can be seen  at https://www.stroudcameraclub.co.uk/results

The next competition will be held at the end of January 2024.

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