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Wincanton Camera Club Annual Exhibition 2013

Wednesday 11 September 2013, 00:12
By Lachlan Fraser

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Each year the Wincanton Library hosts a display of photographs taken by members of the Wincanton Camera Club over the last twelve months. This year the exhibition runs from Saturday August 23rd until Saturday September 14th.

Photographic themes are taken from the Club's competitions held in the last year. Visitors this year can see interpretations of the subjects 'Wrecked' and 'Forests and Woodlands', as well as two 'Open' competitions where no specific subject was set. Visitors have the opportunity to vote for their favourite photograph in the exhibition, which will be displayed in the Library after the exhibition closes. Last year there were well over 100 votes cast and the result eagerly awaited by Club members hopeful of achieving the town's accolade.

Hut in the Forest

Trees

Wreck at Talmine Bay

So if you are a keen photographer or just like to look at pictures and you have a few minutes to spare please visit the Library. If the exhibition inspires you, why not come along to our fortnightly meetings held in the Adult Education Centre at King Arthur's School - new members are always welcome.

All the information you need is on the Club website www.wincantoncameraclub.co.uk where you can also see galleries of photographs from the last five years of club competitions.




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johnbaxter
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Camera Club Exhibition
Reply #1 on : Wed September 11, 2013, 17:41:44
I found it impossible to choose a winner. This is an exhibition of excellent images. It"s not the camera, it's the photographer that counts and here you will see images you will not forget. Hurry to visit before they close.
Last Edit: September 11, 2013, 17:47:41 by johnbaxter  

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