Informality was the key-note last Friday when members brought along images for the Three of a Kind competition. Three related images were needed for each panel.
Exhibitors had the opportunity to introduce their images, some explaining why they had selected them and others talking about the technical aspects of achieving the shots. Members then circulated through the exhibits with a chance to examine them up close and vote for their favourites.
While the votes were being counted, members were treated to a showing of recent images by club member and international judge, Richard Spurdens.
With the results in for favourite panel, Peter Farmer took third place with his monochrome panel of church interiors. Laurie Tetley from Skipton achieved second place with a set of image showing evacuees at a 1940s re-enactment. But first place went to Geoff Smith with a well observed set showing close-ups of old wooden boats that brought out some beautiful colouring.
The prize for favourite individual photo went to Len Downes for his view looking up the tower of Canterbury Cathedral.
The event was organised by Tim and Sharon Sawyer.