A ROMSEY camera club announced the winners of its most recent competition.

Seventy three images were entered in this year’s landscape competition hosted by Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club.

Visiting judge Tony Oliver awarded the trophy for best print to Battersea by Andrew Greenwood

Tony said: “The unusual choice for a landscape image worked well.”

Andrew’s image Bluebells, Micheldever Woods also took the silver position and Steve Lobley’s Gathering Storm came third.

Three Seals of Merit were awarded for images by Stuart Bennett and further Seals were awarded to Terry Jamieson and Peter Finch.

Peter Finch’s image Sunrise on the Cobb took first place in the projected digital image category.

The judge said it was a “classic view and liked the reflection of the light on the wet Cobb”.

Second place was awarded to Diminishing Glacier by Steve Lobley and Brian Whittaker’s Sculptured Landscape was third.

Seals of merit were awarded to images by Margaret Cooper, Julie Darby, Terence Jamieson, Ali Johnston and Ben Sasson.

Viewfinders meets most Tuesdays at the Jubilee Hall, New Road, Timsbury and new members, regardless of photographic experience, are welcome.

Philip Clewer of Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club said “people should come along and enjoy a hobby, have fun and improve taking pictures”.

For more information, visit the club’s website www.viewfinderscameraclub.org.uk or e-mail secretary@viewfinderscc.org.uk