Ely Photographic Club record impressive results in regional competition

PUBLISHED: 12:25 27 February 2020 | UPDATED: 12:25 27 February 2020

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Great Crested Grebe with Ruff by Richard Whitmore.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Great Crested Grebe with Ruff by Richard Whitmore.

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Ely Photographic Club earned an impressive result at the 38th St Ives Interprint competition at the weekend.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Sea Defences, Felixstowe by Martin Smith.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Sea Defences, Felixstowe by Martin Smith.

Twenty-nine clubs from the East Anglian region took part, with each club submitting eight prints before receiving scores in the evening.

Ely finished second with 127 points, behind winners Cambridge with 138 points.

Results were as follows:

Sea Defences, Felixstowe by Martin Smith - 11 points.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Ely Cathedral Reflection by Phil Lenney.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Ely Cathedral Reflection by Phil Lenney.

Great Crested Grebe with Ruff by Richard Whitmore - 20 points.

Ely Cathedral Reflection by Phil Lenney - 17 points.

Hare with Wild Flowers by Kevin Pigney - 20 points.

Watching the World Go By by Bruce Liggitt - 8 points.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Hare with Wild Flowers by Kevin Pigney.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Hare with Wild Flowers by Kevin Pigney.

Early Morning Harvest by Gary Mills - 17 points.

Sheltering by Viv Houghton - 14 points.

Northern Gannet Flypass by Nick Bowman - 20 points.

Ely Photographic Club meets every Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at Ely College from September to May.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Watching the World Go By by Bruce Liggitt.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Watching the World Go By by Bruce Liggitt.

For more information, visit https://www.elyphotographicclub.co.uk/.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Early Morning Harvest by Gary Mills.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Early Morning Harvest by Gary Mills.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Sheltering by Viv Houghton.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Sheltering by Viv Houghton.

Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Northern Gannet Flypass by Nick Bowman.Photographers from Ely Photographic Club recorded an impressive second-placed finish at their latest competition. Picture: Northern Gannet Flypass by Nick Bowman.

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