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North Norfolk photography society hold annual exhibition

PUBLISHED: 10:42 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:12 31 July 2018

How Hill, by Liz Akers. Photo: Liz Akers

How Hill, by Liz Akers. Photo: Liz Akers

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A Norfolk photography society has awarded prizes to three members at their annual exhibition.

Abandoned Scottish Bothy, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie WallisAbandoned Scottish Bothy, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie Wallis

Members of the North Norfolk Photographic Society displayed their prints and digital images in the Church Hall in Holt from Tuesday, July 24, to Friday, July 27.

Visitors were invited to vote for their favourite photograph, with Liz Akers’ image of How Hill chosen as the winner.

And on the evening of Wednesday, July 25, the club gathered to present those who had done well in competitions over the year with awards.

The results were totted up to determine Photographer of the Year in the novice and advanced classes.

Catching Flies, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie WallisCatching Flies, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie Wallis

Lizzie Wallis was awarded Advanced Photographer of the Year and Val Dawson was Photographer of the Year in the Novice section.

Meetings of the North Norfolk Photographic Society are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month at the Community Centre in Holt.

Lizzie Wallis, winner of Advanced Photographer of the Year. Photo: North Norfolk Photographic SocietyLizzie Wallis, winner of Advanced Photographer of the Year. Photo: North Norfolk Photographic Society

Norwich Castle, by Val Dawson. Photo: Val DawsonNorwich Castle, by Val Dawson. Photo: Val Dawson

All Hung Up, by Val Dawson. Photo: Val DawsonAll Hung Up, by Val Dawson. Photo: Val Dawson

Val Dawson, winner of the Novice Photographer of the Year. Photo: North Norfolk Photographic SocietyVal Dawson, winner of the Novice Photographer of the Year. Photo: North Norfolk Photographic Society


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