Coastal photography club celebrates national success

The image of Happisburgh lighthouse. Picture: Caister Photography Club

The image of Happisburgh lighthouse. Picture: Caister Photography Club

Members of Caister Photography Club are celebrating after winning round four of a national competition run by Photography News.

The competition is to find the Camera Club of the year 2017-18 and is divided into five monthly competitions each with a different theme

Round four’s theme was called Fantastic Light and saw a photograph of Happisburgh lighthouse named as number one.

Tony Bushkes, chairman of Caister Photography Club, said: “I am pleased to see our club do so well in a national competition and give our members recognition for their creative and photographic skills.”

The winners of each round go forward to the final to decide the overall winner.

Details of the final will be announced by May 9.

Caister Photography Club meets every Wednesday at All Saints Hall in Scratby.

The club, which was formed about 30 years ago, welcome new members be they beginners or experienced photographers.

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