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Folkestone Camera Club meeting 9 February 2004

Contributed by editor on Feb 11, 2004 - 10:04 AM

<FONT face=Arial color=black size=4>FOLKESTONE CAMERA CLUB MEETING 9 FEBRUARY 2004

<FONT face=Arial><FONT color=black><FONT size=2>Monday 9th  February,  was our 4th  Print competition of the season and was judged by Mr Brian Kelvie FRPS.  Brian brought along a few of his photographs to show us before his judging; which proved he is a very competent photographer, and therefore experienced enough to judge our entries. Winners of each section (marks out of 20) were as follows:-

Novice:-  JAN JERRAM  CANAL DU MIDI  IN  S. FRANCE 20(12 Entries) CLIVE WINTER  WHITE WATER    20  JIM WRAIGHT  20 TO TWELVE IN THE MALL  20

Intermediate:-   CHARLES WHITE HAMPTON COURT   20 (15 entries)    MARY COLLINS STONE FONT    20

Advanced:-  ARTHUR BAILEY      ORGAN St.MARY THE VIRGIN OXFORD     20(17 entries) DAVE TURNER  THE PAVEMENT ARTIST  20  KEITH RADFORD  ARPS    CALL TO PRAYER  19

PORTRAITS:-

Novice:-  JAN JERAM  HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING 17 (1 entry) 

Intermediate:- MURIEL HILLIARD REBECCA    19 (2 entrries)   

Advanced:- MARIE-LAURE STONE  CPAGB     I KNOW MY LETTERS 20(15 entries) DAVE TURNER                     o­nE LITTLE INDIAN BRAVE   20  KEITH RADFORD  ARPS       BLUE EYES   20  Next Monday 16th February, Dr. Peter Brandham (Botanist from Kew Gardens, retired) will be showing another of his superb shows entitled ‘Totoya to Tanzania’.  Peter is a regular visitor to our club who always gives us a terrific evening.  He is a superb photographer and along with his sound interpretations and in depth knowledge of his subject creates an evening thoroughly enjoyed by all.  The following Monday 23rd February, will be our 4th Slide Competition of the season. 

On 6/7th March we will be holding our Annual Exhibition at Ushers the Florist, Cheriton Road (12 – 4pm Saturday and 11am – 3pm Sunday) and o­n the 8th March we are hosting an Audio Visual Variety Show by Peter Brown ARPS, DPAGB, APAGB and President of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.  This will be a real treat for anybody interested in Photography and this event will be open to anyone wishing to attend.  The venue is the Channel School, Park Farm Road at 7.30p.m.  Tickets £3.50 (including refreshments) available at the door or in advance from our Secretary below.  

Visit our website at www.folkestonecameraclub.co.uk

Our meetings are held at the United Reform Community Hall, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone o­n Mondays at 7.45pm.  New members are always welcome,  if interested please phone Mrs Jenny Barraclough (Secretary) 01303 245399, or e mail : barraclough@jenny-frank.fsnet.co.uk