Club puts the focus on digital

THE latest meeting of Morpeth Camera Club started with John Thompson, organiser of our autumn event on November 8, giving an update on ticket sales and publicity.

The theme for the night was judging of the first club open digital competition by Jim Welsh LRPS CPAGB.

The results of the competition were: Fifth place, North Pier by Keith Saint; fourth, The Aquarius Returns by Ian Cadwallender; third, Blue Eyes by Steve Mcdonald; second, Gathering Storm by John Thompson, and the first place was awarded to Steve Mcdonald with Bet That Floor is Cold.

The evening concluded with a vote of thanks from the Chairman Dave Illingworth to all who had contributed to a very enjoyable meeting.

Next week there will be a presentation of the NCPF Awards and Alliance Portfolio.

On Tuesday, November 8, at Morpeth Methodist Church in Howard Terrace, at 7.30pm, An Eye for Nature will be presented by the internationally-recognised natural history photographer Rob Jordan. Tickets are priced at £7. For tickets contact Barry Wadge on 01670 504909.

For further information about the club, visit www.morpethcameraclub.co.uk New members welcome.