Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

Barn Owl by Bill Rhoades

 

 

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Bow Fiddle Rock by Linda Spate

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

 Rievaux Abbey by Janet Tierney

 Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

Coot  by Clive Campling

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 


 

 Elise by Eileen Davis

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Light Painting Spirograph by Russ Yarrow

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

  

 

Roll Out the Barrel by John Smith

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

 Egret  by Joyce Campling

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Megan  by Eileen Davis

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Little Grebe by Joyce Campling

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Shadow Above the Bridge by Colin Hucklesby

 

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

No More Work by Paul Fawcett

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Pair of Common Blue by Maria Rhoades

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Rugby Tackle by Bill Rhoades

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Playtime in the Snow by Maria Rhoades

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Puffin with Sand Eels by John Naylor

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Sundown on the Wind Turbines by Paul Fawcett

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Two Locks on a Chain by Nigel Padley

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

York Minster by Pete Spate

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Martha makes mistakes by Nigel Padley

Competition 4

Competition 4

 

 

 

Stairwell by John Marris

Upcoming events

Mince Pie Night

Wednesday 07 December 2016

Tonight the club will hold a  seasonal social evening. We will also enjoy a light buffet and  - yes you've guessed it  - mince pies!   

 

Presentation Evening

Wednesday 14 December 2016

Tonight Award Winners will be presented with silver trophies, for the winning entries in both the Annual competition and for those for points accumulated in the bi-monthly competitions

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Competition News

The fourth bi montElisehly competition got under way on 5th October, The club welcomed new judge George Malionsky.

George had a very difficult job in judging a fine selection of over 90 entries. Marks were awarded out of 20 which will be added to this season's accumulated total.

Thank you to everyone who entered their images, and provided an evening of great photography,  Our thanks also to George for his excellent judging on his first visit to the club


The final winners were ....

  •  1940 Summer

     The Scunthorpe Camera Club was inaugurated on 6th December 1937.

    On 7th Jan 1939 the first Annual General Meeting was held, at Inglenook School Vicarage Gardens, the Club's first meeting place. The chairman on the night was Mr A Wrigley, who had called the inaugural meeting. He reported as follows 'good progress had been made, particularly in view of obstacles that had to be surmounted in the first year of