Image snaps up top marks for March photographer
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An image of a moored boat has got local photographic judges misty eyed and has helped March Camera Club gain recognition in two inter-club competitions this week.
Richard Hull took the printed image entitled ‘Solitude’ on a trip to Suffolk’s Pin Mill and gained maximum points two nights running.
The first outing was at the annual Pat Goode Memorial Shield at Wisbech, when March finished third behind Deepings and the host club in a 12-club competition.
Other notable scores at Wisbech were awarded to: A certain tension, Chris Ley; Dusty corner, Mel Harris; Remembering the ones that didn’t come home, Mel Harris and Look where you are going, Roger Newark.
The following night at St Ives, when March won a four-club event against Ely, St Neots and the host club, maximum points also went to Chris Ley for his A certain tension and to Mel Harris for his Dusty corner.
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Other notable scores at St Ives were: Remembering the ones that didn’t come home, Mel Harris; Look where you are going, Roger Newark; The moment, Pat Ringham; Like father, like son, Trish Wilcox and Riding the wave, Mel Harris.
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