Judge: Hayden Bartlett
Judge: Ian Parker
Judge: Graham Currey
PDI only in 4 categories:
- 1st Hail Suilven by Michael Houghton
- 2nd Autumn Splendour by Lorna Tennent
- 3rd Jetski Stunt Rider by Alan Wade
- 1st Benijo Beach by Max Malisan
- 2nd Seaham Harbour at Dawn by Bill Pilkington
- 3rd By The Seaside by Bill Pilkington
- 1st Ann, Sheep Farmer by Nigel Plant
- 2nd Happy Bunny by Nigel Plant
- 3rd Harry Still Biking at 92 by Bill Pilkington
- 1st A Small Congregation by Michael Houghton
- 2nd Talacre Lighthouse From The Dunes by Barbara Lansdell
We’re delighted to announce our first on-line only annual exhibition is now open to the public. We hope we’ll be able to return to the Hebden Bridge Town Hall next year, but for now we’re making the most of the current situation by expanding the number of photographs on show from members, as there are no physical space constraints. To make things easier to browse we’ve split the exhibition into themed categories; Open, Nature, Portrait, Travel, Monochrome, ‘Scapes and Local.
Every year we invite the public to vote for their favourite three images – due to the change in format this year we’ve changed that to allowing you to vote for your favourite image in each category giving you 7 votes in total if you wish to use them all. Voting will remain open until the end of September and results will be published in October.
As our exhibition is usually your first chance to grab a copy of our popular Hebden Bridge calendar, we’ve decided to setup an online shop this year if you want to get your order in early. The calendar will also be available in all the usual venues around town. As a word of warning, we’ve reduced the number we are printing this year due to the uncertainties caused by Coronavirus, so they will be in more limited supply than usual. If you’re keen to get one, don’t wait!
Members of the club have received 7 acceptances to this year’s YPU exhibition: Congratulations to Bill Pilkington, Max Malison, Ian Parker, and in particular Nigel Plant who received a certificate for “We Need to Talk About Kevin”. Hopefully the exhibition will be held later this year.
Judge: Chris Scarborough