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The Rutland and Stamford Photographic Society show off the winning images from their competition in July 2019




The Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society held their competition in July with the theme of sky.

This gave the photographers the challenge of creating unique images of an everyday subject.

Andy Hunting was first in the individual, and second in the group competition, with a range of dynamic photographs, depicting sunsets in Lanzarote and Iceland.

Veronica Watson was first in the group, and second in the individual competition, with photographs of Iceland’s Northern lights, and sunrise and sunset at home and abroad.

Gordon Brown took third place in the individual competition with a beautiful image of the coast of England.

St John Burkett was fourth in the individual competition with a lovely picture of Blakeney on the north Norfolk coast.

In the group competition, Tom Carlill took third place with his inspiring photographs of the sky at night, and David Harris came fourth with a range of colourful sunset images.

The next meeting takes place at 8pm on Thursday, September 19, in Great Casterton Village Hall, when the subject will be ‘open’, allowing the photographers to choose their own subjects.

There will then be an opportunity to practice macro photography.

New members are always welcome.

Please contact secretary Gordon Brown at secretary@stamford-photosoc.org.uk for more details, or visit the website; stamford-photosoc.org.uk

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