This year’s winner of our new Print Trophy is Paul Lazenby who has impressed us all year with his bird photography.Awarded for the highest points gained from our four internal print competition rounds, Paul has chosen his latest Sparrowhawk image from the final round to represent his win.
Well done Ken and Jon, plus all our members whose images produced this year’s win. however, we were not quite so successful in the first round of this year’s YENRIC.
Zonda heralded in a whole new generation of bird images by the f4 Group – all year we have been dazzled by birds of prey, Kingfishers, and diving Gannets.
Congratulations to both Jon and Paul for taking these two trophies for 2016.
As part of the start to the YENRIC season, Stuart Walter won the Farnsworth Trophy for his image taken at the Quiraing, Isle of Skye - see News item 18/1/16. We are lying third, despite Nigel Dalton taking a 20 with his monochrome stairwell called ‘Going Down’. After eight rounds of projected images competitions during the year, the Brian Clark Trophy was won comfortably by our Hon Secretary Dave Robson.
This is the first time the trophy has been won by a member of the f4 club, and is awarded for the image chosen by the judge from the previous YENRIC season’s images that scored 19 or 20. This is our Photographer of the Year Trophy, won by the member gaining most points over those 8 rounds.
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This year’s expedition was to Dorset, staying in Wareham, and again led my Chris Hatfield.