Hoylake Photographic Society attended the "Chester Interclub Competition" last night and came 7th out of 16 clubs. The winner of the competition was Warrington who were streets ahead of everyone else.
We had to enter 4 colour and 2 mono prints with no more than 2 prints per member. Three of our prints from Paul Anderson, Margaret Sixsmith and Rob Devenish went out in the second round. John Sixsmith's print stayed till the 3th round. In the mono section, Barry Quatermass went in the 2nd round and Rob Devenish in the 4th round. Warrington survived till the 3rd round before losing one print and at the end they had 3 prints remaining in the 5th round. Mid Cheshire and Frodsham took the best two images in the competition. As you can see below the club had a good set of images in the competition and we did our best but the overall quality in the competition was excellent.
|"Arctic Poppy" by Margaret Sixsmith|
|"Male Red Growse" by John Sixsmith|
|"Drawing with Toothpick" by Paul Anderson|
|"Great Crested Grebe Reflection" by Rob Devenish|
|"Morning Tide at Bamburgh" by Barry Quatermass|
|"Polo Players" by Rob Devenish|
The club weren't successful on this occasion, but individual success for our members could come this Friday 4th November with the judging of our "Landscape" competition. It's the second monthly competition of the season judged by Janice Barton CPAGB, BPE2*
The judging takes place at Newton Village Hall, Grange Cross Lane, West Kirby with the doors opening at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start and a 10pm finish. You don't have to be a member to see the best landscape images that our members have produced as non members are welcome paying £2 on the door.