A HAMPSHIRE camera club recently celebrated the winners of its nature trophies. 

Terry Jamieson’s photograph Demoiselle was the image chosen by the judge, Amanda Miller, as the winner of the print category at Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club.

Two more prints by Terry, Wagtail Landing and “Bluebells, also received seals of merit. Peter Finch took silver with Heading for Extinction, plus a Seal of Merit for Topi in the Masai Mara. 

Margaret Cooper took bronze with European Bee Eater plus a seal of merit for Harvest Mouse. Another seal was awarded to Louise Sampson for Brotherly Love.

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Hampshire Chronicle: Demoiselleby Terry Jamieson – winner of print category

Gannet in Foliage by Julie Cousens took gold in the projected image category. Amanda described it as a “beautiful portrait”. Julie also received a seal of merit for Herring Gull with Nesting Material. 

Silver went to Brian Whittaker for Adelie Playtime and bronze went to Jackie Ridout for The Fight.

Jackie also received a seals for Sealed with Love. Further seals of merit were awarded to Lynn Lambeth for Little Owl in Tree and Andy Louch for Reflections of Autumn.

Viewfinders meet most Tuesdays at the Jubilee Hall, New Road, Timsbury, and the new season, with a variety of activities, is well underway. 

New members, regardless of photographic experience, are welcome. 

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