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The Club recently hosted a virtual interclub competition with Buxton Photographic Club. Usually hosted by each club at their meeting places, this year it took place with the use of Zoom. A good range of images were scored by judge Rob Howarth, with Buxton taking the win with a score of 353 over Bungay’s 347.


Club members from Bungay have also managed to meet in person for the first time since early 2020, with an evening spent photographing the area around Geldeston Locks.


Earlier in the summer members entered images for a virtual competition whose theme was ‘The High Street’. A total of 57 images were judged by Gill Adams, across the colour, monochrome and virtual ‘digital projected image’ categories.


Joint First place in the colour section was awarded to Jackie Moore, Andy Wilson, Marion Ridgley and Victor Schwanberg. Second place went to Sue Grief and Kenneth Warne. Images by Philip Acton and Carol Maycock achieved joint Third.


Photographs by Sue Grief, Jerry Keeble and Jane Murphy were placed joint First in the monochrome category. David Penrose achieved Second and Andy Willows Third.


In the ‘digital projected image’ section, Jackie Moore and Holly Stranks were awarded joint First. Victor Schwanberg came Second and Jerry Keeble Third.


Club members are looking forward to a number of presentations over the next few months, again to be held virtually. Members are also beginning to prepare for the annual exhibition which will be held on the website at the beginning of September.


New members are still welcome despite the absence of physical meetings. Details can be found on the Club’s website www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk   Members’ images are showcased in galleries on the website, together with the Club’s Facebook and Instagram pages.


*Corfu town by Jerry Keeble joint first place monochrome