Stunning images show beautiful Norfolk (and beyond) at its best
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Stunning images by Norfolk photographers show the beauty of the natural world, both here in Norfolk and aborad.
North Norfolk Photographic Society's second digital images event of the year drew more than 50 entries, with sections themed around 'Old', 'Land and Seascape'.
In the novice 'Land/Seascape' section Jackie Ormandy's 'Piling the Nets' was first, Lauren Griffiths 'Civilisation in the Clouds' second and Tony Shipp's 'Castleton, Derbyshire' was third. In the advanced section, Liz Akers' Shades of Grey' took first, Andy Bamforth's 'At Wells Beach' was second and Robin Myerscough's 'Sunset at Snettisham' was third.
The novice section winners in the 'Old' category were Lauren Griffiths for 'Where Ancestors Roam' (first), Jackie Ormandy for 'Throw away Ted' (second) and Martin Kurrein for 'Out of the Attic' (third).
In the advanced section Judith Wells' 'Old Neighbours' was first, Bernard Dawson's 'Never too old to Rock' second and Clive Matthews' 'Reflecting' third.
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The entries were judged by Brian Carlick, from Hemsby.
Meetings of the North Norfolk Photographic Society are normally held on the first and third Wednesdays each month at the Holt Community Centre.
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