Fordingbridge Challenge Trophy - April 2nd 2014
On Wednesday evening (2/4/14) our club competed against seven other clubs for the Fordingbridge Challenge Trophy, an annual event which is organised by Fordingbridge Camera Club.
The judge for the evening was Andrew Wilson, who has only recently judge one of our internal competitions.
The eight Clubs competing were:-
Beaulieu Camera Group
Bournemouth Photographic Society
Fordingbridge Camera Club
Parkstone Camera Club
Poole camera Club
Ringwood Camera Club
Salisbury Camera Club
Wimborne camera Club
Clubs were asked to enter images (PDI) that had not been seen in other external competitions.
Each Club was allowed to enter eight images with no more than two by the same author.
We can reproduce our own entries below but we do not have permission to reproduce images from other clubs
Our entries were as shown below.
Reflections In Starbucks. Philippa Hayter
Gone To Seed. Paul Leighton
I'd Like to be under the sea. Graham House
New Orleans Street Poet. Brian Hills CPAGB
Extreme Fishing. Glyn Paton
Triangles. Richard Walter
Spectator Sport. David Fletcher
Wet Dandelion Seed Head. Brian Wigley
The scores from each image are shown in the scoresheet below
Ringwood Camera Club ran out winners on the evening with Salisbury and Wimborne joint second and our own club coming in fourth.
A photograph below, kindly taken by David Faulder, shows our Chairman "Shouty Bloke" Peter Staines, presenting the trophy to Trevor Pogson of Ringwood Camera Club.
Our congratulations go to Ringwood Camera Club.
As always I thank all those people who helped get the room and the kit set up and all those people who clear the room so efficiently at the end of the evening.
A special thank you must go to the "Catering Team" and all the food providers on the evening. From some of the comments afterwards this was considered hospitality at its best and I believe some visitors managed to sneak a second piece of cake without being apprehended. Well done to Yvonne Trim, Sue Veal and all those involved. Also thanks to Joyce Beale who worked hard to sell raffle tickets - especially as i won a box of chocolates.