Ten out of 10 for Norfolk photographers’ prints

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Diana Knight , A Helping Hand. Pictures: supplied by Robin John

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Diana Knight , A Helping Hand. Pictures: supplied by Robin Johnson - Credit: Archant

The best of North Norfolk Photographic Society members' prints were judged by expert Ron Tear, from Loughton in Essex. Winner of the novices' prints was Hanne Seibers with Evening Descends.

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Sea Pool, Nicfk Akers. Pictures: supplied by Robin Johnson

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Sea Pool, Nicfk Akers. Pictures: supplied by Robin Johnson - Credit: Archant

This photograph of a sunset across a marshy landscape was one of three prints given 10 out of 10. Second was Busy Bee from Cheryl Howell, which showed a bee covered in pollen working in a wonderfully coloured flower. Third was Hanne Seibers again with Wetlands After the Flood.

In the advanced class, nine prints got 10 out of 10 marks. The top prize went to Diana Knight whose print A Helping Hand showed a small girl hand in hand with a soldier. Second was Seapool by Nick Akers, which showed an infinity pool and the sea. Third was Grey Plover, which showed a bird and its reflection, a few ripples in the water and hardly anything else.

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Wetland after the flood, H Seibers. Pictures: supplied by Robin

North Norfolk Photographic Society. Wetland after the flood, H Seibers. Pictures: supplied by Robin Johnson - Credit: Archant


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North Norfolk Photographic Society. Busy bee, C Howell. Pictures: supplied by Robin Johnson

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