Good and not so good

This week we held our annual three-way competition with Selsdon and Sevenoaks Camera Clubs. Each year we rotate hosting of the competition, and this year it was our turn, and it was very pleasing to welcome so many visitors from the other clubs to our hall in Godstone.

Judge for the evening was the ever-popular Gerald Kitiyakara – and the quality of submissions for both PDI and Print competitions was very high. So good to see so many stunning images.

The final scores were:
PDI’s : 1st place to Selsdon 72½  points, Sevenoaks and Tandridge joint 2nd on 69

Prints : 1st place Sevenoaks 75½, Tandridge 71, Selsdon 69

Overall: Sevenoaks 144½, Selsdon 141½, Tandridge 140

Well done Sevenoaks. The full score-sheets can be viewed here.

The good news? At the end of the evening, our very own Angela Osborne LRPS was presented with the award for the Best Nature Print in the recent SPA Interclub Competion, for her print African Leopard and Wildebeest.  Well done Angela.
Overall TPS came equal 3rd out of 19 clubs in the Nature category. In the Open category we did less well, 16th out of 21 clubs, but Clare Pickett LRPS received the highest individual score for her print Cornflower Still Life.


African Leopard and Wildebeest by Angela Osborne LRPS