Beautiful photography is on exhibition at Ely Cathedral

Ely Cathedral naveby Nick Bowman Ely Photographic Club PHOTO: Nick Bowman

Ely Cathedral naveby Nick Bowman Ely Photographic Club PHOTO: Nick Bowman - Credit: Archant

Ely Photographic Club has opened its annual print exhibition in Ely Cathedral that will run for the whole of August.

Zulu teenager by Viv Houghton. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Viv Houghton

Zulu teenager by Viv Houghton. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Viv Houghton - Credit: Archant

The exhibition is situated in the South West Transept as you enter the Cathedral.

There is a wide range of work in various styles to browse and the club encourages visitors to the city and local people to come and see what their members have produced.

Visitors do not have to pay the Cathedral entrance fee to view the exhibition or use the Refectory Café.

More than 100 prints are on display and these are for sale.

I'm watching yoo by Maureen Akred. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Maureen Akred

I'm watching yoo by Maureen Akred. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Maureen Akred - Credit: Archant


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The club formed in 1974 and has more than 30 members who share ideas, tips and news on creative photography skills.

It meets at Ely College from September to May on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm with a varied programme of events to entertain and develop members’ photographic knowledge.

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New members are always made welcome, regardless of age. See their website for further details www.elyphotographicclub.co.uk.

Acrtic hare by Richard Whitmore Ely Photographic Club PHOTO: Viv Houghton

Acrtic hare by Richard Whitmore Ely Photographic Club PHOTO: Viv Houghton - Credit: Archant

Harvest hare by Kevin Pigney. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Kevin Pigney

Harvest hare by Kevin Pigney. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Kevin Pigney - Credit: Archant

Southwold sunrise by Phil Lenney. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Phil Lenney

Southwold sunrise by Phil Lenney. Ely Photographic Club. PHOTO: Phil Lenney - Credit: Archant

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