Winning images from Worthing Camera Club

One Man and His Dog, by Brian Burns
One Man and His Dog, by Brian Burns

THESE striking images were the prize winners of Worthing Camera Club’s first competition of 2012.

Guest judge, Walter Benzie, shared his opinion with the photographers who submitted their pictures.

Safe Behind Bars, by Roger Barratt

Safe Behind Bars, by Roger Barratt

In the beginners class, 14 prints were judged.

Kate LIndfield’s Dandelion Clock scored 19 points and Andy Shepherd’s Peace and Tony Jeffrey’s The Ultimate Accessory both scored 20.

Tony’s picture was awarded best in class.

In the intermediate class, 32 pictures were submitted. Dave Grout scored 19 for Get out of my Way and 20 for Patric.

Best in class with another 20 score was Brian Burns with One Man and His Dog.

Of the 21 pictures in the advanced class, four members got a maximum 20 points – Clare Thurgar with The Sockeyed Salmon’s Last Moment, Paul O’Toole with Motocross Magic, and Roger Barratt, who had two 20 scores, with Belt Man and Safe Behind Bars.

The latter won best in class and best picture of the evening.

Worthing Camera Club meets at the Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing, every Tuesday at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

New members are welcome.

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