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Song and film titles inspire camera club members

PUBLISHED: 12:45 25 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:11 25 June 2018

Lavenders Blue, Dilly Dilly, Lavenders Green, by Bungay Camera Club member David Penrose.

Lavenders Blue, Dilly Dilly, Lavenders Green, by Bungay Camera Club member David Penrose.

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The talents of Bungay Camera Club members were once again on show in their latest competition themed on song and film titles.

Castle on the Hill by Bungay Camera Club member Ray Mason.Castle on the Hill by Bungay Camera Club member Ray Mason.

Members rose to the occasion for the club’s third competition of the season, judged by Frank Blyth, with all three segments of colour print, mono print and projected digital photographic image well subscribed to.

First place in the mono print category was Jacki Moore, with Only the Lonely, followed by Holly Stranks in second with Down to the Waterline and Ray Mason in third with Castle on the Hill.

For colour print, Andy Wilson took the top spot with All you need is Love, followed by Peter Nixon in second with Life on Mars and Sue Grief with My Favourite Things, David Penrose with Lavenders Blue, Dilly Dilly, Lavenders Green, and Ray Mason with Carousel, all tied for third.

Carousel, by Bungay Camera Club member Ray Mason.Carousel, by Bungay Camera Club member Ray Mason.

And in the projected digital category, Sue Grief was awarded first place for Beauty and the Beast, Richard Roberts was second with Undisclosed Desires and Peter Nixon won third with No more Heroes.

For more information about the club visit www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk

My Favourite Things, by Bungay Camera Club member Sue Grief.My Favourite Things, by Bungay Camera Club member Sue Grief.

No more Heroes, by Bungay Camera Club member Peter Nixon.No more Heroes, by Bungay Camera Club member Peter Nixon.

Life on Mars, by Bungay Camera Club member Peter Nixon.Life on Mars, by Bungay Camera Club member Peter Nixon.


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