Morpeth Camera Club
THE club welcomed Jim Welsh to judge the Browell Natural History Digital Competition on March 12.
He took into consideration the good use of depth of field and using an appropriate point of view. There was a wide variety of subjects submitted, including fungi, waterfowl, sea birds, flowers, reptiles, shoreline rocks and forest wildlife.
In the Highly Commended section, Mr Welsh selected Swan by Stephanie Robson, Fijian Flower by Myra Jackson, Wheatear by Steve McDonald and Gannets Bonding by John Thompson. Fifth place was awarded to Turnstone by Davy Bolam; Brian Morris was fourth with his Hawaiian Butterfly picture and he was also third with Gecko on a Cactus.
Great Egret Fishing by John Thompson was chosen as the second-placed photograph and the winner of the Morpeth Camera Club Browell Natural History Trophy was Glyn Trueman for his entry entitled Dunnock.