Worthing Camera Club exhibition at library

A MEMBER of Worthing Camera Club is hoping an exhibition displaying his work at Worthing Library will allow him to find the muse behind his award-winning portrait.

The exhibit, which finishes on Friday, May 31, showcases the photography of a five man collective (Tony Jeffery, Keith Whitcombe, Dave Grout, Len Brook and Richard Penfold) called The Last of the Summer Wine Mob. The group are five guys (of a certain maturity) who enjoy trips into the countryside.

Each member belongs to Worthing Camera Club and all have distinctive styles.

Tony Jeffery’s award-winning portrait, ‘Just Popping to the Shops Dear’, taken on Worthing Esplanade is one of the photos on display. The portrait is of a woman rollerskating along the seafront on a summer’s day,

Mr Jeffery said: “The lady rollerskating was the inspiration of my award winning picture. I’m hoping she will see the picture and say ‘that’s me’. I would like to put it in a frame and contact her to give her a copy.”

The exhibition can be seen as you enter the library and admission is free.

Mr Jeffery said he had visited the exhibition a couple of times and that feedback sounded good.