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Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Hebden Bridge Camera Club Winners 

Hebden Bridge Camera Club’s annual exhibition was an extremely successful week as in previous years. Over 1200 visitors from near and far viewed the 66 prints on display at the Town Hall and almost 900 of those took part in the vote for the ‘People’s Choice’.

Visitors were asked to vote for their favourite three images in order of merit and every picture on display received some votes. There was no set theme and many people commented on how difficult it was to choose with so many good and varied pictures, which included local views, scenes from around the world, buildings, still-life, people, animals and birds. After all the votes were counted, the results were as follows:

Winter Steam

1st: Graham Speak’s evocative railway station image, ‘Winter Steam’

Gannets fighting over fish

2nd: Sue York’s visceral image of gannets fighting over fish, ‘Heads or Tails?’

Appleby Fair

3rd: Bill Pilkington’s powerful image of man and beast ‘Appleby Fair’

The winning images will be featured on the club’s website. The club's 2020 calendar of Hebden Bridge images is now on sale in local shops and copies can also be purchased by contacting the club through the website.

The club would like to thank all who attended for helping make the exhibition so successful and remind anyone who is interested in joining and wants to visit, that the club meets on Wednesday evenings at 7.45pm at The Masonic Hall, Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge.

Each year the club produces their own Hebden Bridge Calendar and the 2020 version will be available to purchase during the exhibition. For more information, please visit the website at www.hebdenbridgecc.co.uk


Previously, on the HebWeb

Hebden Bridge Camera Club 2019 Exhibition

2018 Hebden Bridge Camera Club Exhibition Results

Hebden Bridge Camera Club winners - 2017

HebWeb News: Hebden Bridge Camera Club winners 2016

HebWeb News: Hebden Bridge Camera Club winners 2015