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Top scores for spectacular wildlife images


Stroud Camera Club’s annual Nature Photography Competition was judged by renowned nature photographer Ralph Snook ARPS EFIAP/b DPAGB.

The competition is in two sections for Printed Images and Digitally Projected Images. There were some stunning images on display in both sections. Printed images which Ralph awarded the maximum 20 points were Leslie Holmes’ On The Move and René Cason’s Common Blue. Coming close behind with 19 points was Leslie’s Impala in a downpour.

20 Cason Rene White tailed eagle | Top scores for spectacular wildlife images
White Tailed Eagle by Rene Cason.

In the Digitally Projected Image section René took another 20 with White tailed Eagle while Roger Matthews took two 20s with his shots Male Scarce Chaser and Large Blue.  It was a very close competition with Leslie Holmes again scoring 19 for her beautiful Leopard and Cub Mark Halling with Nesting Heron and René Cason with Red Kite Feeding.

It was an entertaining evening with lots of helpful comment and advice from Ralph, giving the club members the benefit of his many years experience of wildlife and nature photography.

All of the images entered can be seen at https://www.stroudcameraclub.co.uk/results

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