Six stunning winter images from Norfolk photographers show season in its glory
- Credit: Archant
Stunning images from the North Norfolk Photographic Society show winter in all its glory.
The club has held its first printed picture competition of the 2019-2020 season, drawing almost 40 entries in novice and advanced categories.
The novice category winner was Lauren Griffiths, whose picture 'Chillin' showed a seal chilling out and looking totally relaxed. Second was Cheryl Howell's 'Window of Light' - a dazzling stained glass window, and third Lauren Griffiths again with 'Neko Harbour - Antarctica'. The advanced category winner was Paul Richards with 'Barn Owl - Snow Delays Hunting', showing a barn owl just about making its way through a snow storm. Second was Lizzie Wallis with 'Brown Hare after the Blizzard' and third was Nick Akers' 'Dirty Work' which was a portrait of a bearded man standing in front of a steam engine.
Andy Swain was the judge. Meetings are held on the fist and third Wednesdays of the month at the Holt Community Centre.
You may also want to watch:
- 1 Vintage train fires up for festive services
- 2 Two teenagers arrested following arson at a public toilet
- 3 Farms, former rail lines and old buildings set to be sold off by council
- 4 How dairy?! See town's ice-cream cone Christmas tree
- 5 Covid marshals hit the streets in north Norfolk
- 6 Busy petrol station on A140 closes due to 'unforeseen circumstances'
- 7 Village's shops transform into giant advent calendar
- 8 Santa Claus is coming to town - but he won't be taking cash
- 9 9 Norfolk pubs with heated gardens for mixed households
- 10 13 schools closed due to Covid cases and heating problems