Open Print Competition – 27th Oct 2015 – Results

Open Print Competition – 27th October 2015

Judge – Andy Wilson

A total of 24 prints for our judge Andy to consider this evening, a good range of subjects and some high quality images on display. Our thanks to Andy for his considered critique, and congratulations to Des King for first place, and to Patricia Wilden and David Ryland for tying equal second place.


 

First Place

Copyright © Des King, 2015 - All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Des King, 2015 – All Rights Reserved

Cavalry Charge (10) – Des King

Second Equal

Copyright © Patricia Wilden, 2015 - All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Patricia Wilden, 2015 – All Rights Reserved

Time Check (9.5) – Patricia Wilden

Second Equal

Copyright © David Ryland, 2015 - All Rights Reserved

Copyright © David Ryland, 2015 – All Rights Reserved

Unwinding (9.5) – David Ryland

 

Full Results

Title Author Score
Cavalry Charge Des King 10
Time Check Patricia Wilden 9.5
Unwinding David Ryland 9.5
Alter-Ego Des King 9
Great Langsdale in December David Ryland 9
Morraine Lake John Cann 8.5
Teaching the Missus to Plough Mike Butcher 8.5
Lesser Kestral Female Melvin Holmes 8.5
Rusting Away Kenneth Williams 8.5
Pack Horse Bridge Kenneth Williams 8
Portrait of Chris Des King 8
Jackdaw John Cann 8
Bike Racing at Snetterton John Cann 8
Wymondham Abbey Mike Butcher 8
Victorian Elegance Neglected David Ryland 7.5
Bee Eater – A Bird of Beauty Melvin Holmes 7.5
Stream at Dartmeet Kenneth Williams 7.5
Resting Place Trevor Willis 7
Red Arrows leaving Norwich Airport Trevor Willis 7
Norfolk Sky Dave Balcombe 7
Detail – Emmanuel Cooper – The Rosemary Cemetery Norwich Patricia Wilden 7
Morehen Feeding Chicks Mike Butcher 6.5
Viewing Thames from Southbank London Patricia Wilden 6.5
Swallowtail Dave Balcombe 6
London Landmark Dave Balcombe 5.5

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1 Comments to “Open Print Competition – 27th Oct 2015 – Results”

  1. David Ryland says:

    Well done everyone, a most enjoyable evening with interesting images on show. Many of them were, in my humble opinion, worth higher marks, but the judge had a hard time sorting them, so had to be a but harsh at times I suppose.

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