Winning snap for Frank

Bridgnorth and District Camera Club recently ran a photographic competition for members entitled Taken in Shropshire. Members submitted images were taken in the county between October 2017 and September 2018. The competition was sponsored by Nock Deighton Estate Agents, who selected the images they liked best, and MD Graham Taylor presented the winning awards at a presentation evening on Thursday 17 January. The winning image, ‘Our Shropshire Hills’, was taken on the Long Mynd by Frank Cartwright.

Frank receives his award

The Camera Club meet on Thursday evenings from 7.30pm at Low Town Community Hall, Severn Street. Competition secretary David Talbot says, “We welcome all styles of photography, from experienced photographers to keen beginners. It’s a fully inclusive, friendly and welcoming club with a breadth of age ranges. We hold regular competitions, host excellent speakers on a variety of topics, and organise photography trips and events.”

Visit bridgnorthcameraclub.org.uk for further information.

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