The topic was Landscape for Tenby Camera Club’s second competition of the season. 

The competition attracted a good number of entries and a great audience considering the appalling weather. 

Judge for the evening was Les Loosemore, ARPS, AWPF, DPAGB, from Bridgend. Les assessed the images with care and thoughtfulness. He scrutinised the entries in fine detail, expressing how an image may be improved with small adjustments. He praised the standard of entries and their presentation. 

The first section was for the Prints of which there were 18 from nine photographers. Sunrises and sunsets, moody skies, mountains and mist all featured.

  • The Gold medal was won by Gary Mayhew with “Glowing Glacier”. 
  • The Silver medal was awarded to John Whitehurst with “Stackpole Head”. 
  • The Bronze medal went to Dave Bolton with “Carew’s Setting Sun”
  • There were three highly commended images from Charlie Kidd, Neil Thomas and John Whitehurst. 
  • Four commended images were by Cheryl Hewitt, Rob Cox, Mick Halligan and Gary Mayhew. 

After a break , 24 digital images were judged, again with a lovely variety of stunning landscape vistas. 

  • The Gold medal was won by Gary Mayhew for “Green Bridge Storm Light”.
  • The Silver medal was given to Charlie Kidd for “Storm Dudley hits Newhaven Lighthouse”.
  • The Bronze medal went to Dave Bolton for “Southside Sunrise”.
  • Highly Commended images were from Gary Mayhew, John Whitehurst and Jan Sullivan. 
  • Commended images were from Cheryl Hewitt, Francis White, Jayne Crocker and Dave Lewis.