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Zebra, grouse and winter at Felbrigg take honours in photo competition

PUBLISHED: 12:45 21 May 2018 | UPDATED: 12:45 21 May 2018

Panic Attack by Diana Knight.

Panic Attack by Diana Knight.

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The best work by individual members of the North Norfolk Photographic Society was judged in an annual competition.

Peter Yeo, a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, judged the North Norfolk Photographic Society competition. Picture: COURTESY NNPSPeter Yeo, a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, judged the North Norfolk Photographic Society competition. Picture: COURTESY NNPS

The contest was held, as usual, in two parts with the first for novices being won by Heather Green with a Winter Scene at Felbrigg.

Second, Val Dawson’s All Hung Up showed anchors, ropes and fishermen’s floats hanging on a breakwater and she also claimed third prize with a photograph of a stonemason.

Judge Peter Yeo, a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, chose Lizzie Wallis’ A Scottish Summer’s Day as winner in the advanced section, while Judith Wells’ Black Grouse Lekking, which showed two black grouse, was second. Third was Diana Knight’s Panic Attack, which displayed a very frightened herd of zebra just about getting away from a hungry lioness in an African river gully. Society meetings are normally held on the first and third Wednesdays each month at the Holt community centre.

A Scottish Summer's Day, by Lizzie Wallis, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: LIZZIE WALLISA Scottish Summer's Day, by Lizzie Wallis, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: LIZZIE WALLIS

Winter Scene at Felbrigg, by Heather Green, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: HEATHER GREENWinter Scene at Felbrigg, by Heather Green, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: HEATHER GREEN

Black Grouse Lekking, by Judith Wells, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: JUDITH WELLSBlack Grouse Lekking, by Judith Wells, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: JUDITH WELLS

All Hung Up, by Val Dawson, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: VAL DAWSONAll Hung Up, by Val Dawson, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: VAL DAWSON

The Stone Mason, by Val Dawson, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: VAL DAWSONThe Stone Mason, by Val Dawson, was among the entries in the North Norfolk Photographic Society contest. Picture: VAL DAWSON

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