Zebra, grouse and winter at Felbrigg take honours in photo competition
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The best work by individual members of the North Norfolk Photographic Society was judged in an annual competition.
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.
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