Competition 2

Competition 2

Banded Damoiselle  by Joyce Campling

 

 

 

Competition 2

Competition 2

Daisy by Barbara Scott

Competition 2

Competition 2

Allacus Atlan Moth - the largest moth in the  world
 
by Linda Spate

Competition 2

Competition 2

Beetle by Maria Rhoades

Competition 2

Competition 2

Emotion  by Brian Woolhouse

 

Competition 2

Competition 2

Gorse by  Nigel Padley

Competition 2

Competition 2

Harris Hawk by Bill Rhoades

Competition 2

Competition 2

Juvenile Coot by Clive Campling 

Competition 2

Competition 2

Hoverfly by Joyce Campling

 

Competition 2

Competition 2

Going to Press by Neil Whittaker

 

Competition2

Competition2

Male Orange Tip Butterfly by Maria Rhoades

Competition 2

Competition 2

Mother and Infant YWP by Maria Rhoades

Competition 2

Competition 2

Pondskater by Joyce Campling

Competition 2

Competition 2

Mirrored Reflection Gerbera with Vase
by Pete Spate

Competition 2

Competition 2

Red Deer Stage by Bill Rhoades

Competition 2

Competition 2

Skipper by Joyce Campling

Competition 2

Competition 2

Red rose in France peeking through the fence
by Linda Spate

Competition 2

Competition 2

On Balance by Brian Woolhouse

Competition 2

Competition 2

Yellow Flower by Barbara Scott

Competition 2

Competition 2

Water Lily - Fiji

Competition 2

Competition 2

Slow Going by Norma George

Upcoming events

Competition Preview

Wednesday 18 July 2018

A chance to look through entries for Competition 4.

Geoff Trinder

Wednesday 25 July 2018

Visiting speaker Geoff Trinder will visit the club for the first time tonight. Geoff is President of the Lincolnshire WIldlife Trust, and one of the leading wildlife photographers in the area.

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  •  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