Our members offer you a warm welcome to Winteringham Camera Club and we hope you enjoy browsing our web site.

We are now in our 12th year and still going strong. With a steady membership of around twenty plus members, and a full and varied diary of speakers and themes for 2018-19 all this goes to make our little village club a very successful group. We are always keen on new members joining us no matter whether you have a compact camera or something more advanced there is always help at hand to give you the opportunity to improve your photography.

Do come along one evening, if it’s only to see what we’re about. Each month we hold a raffle and refreshments are served. The meetings are held at the Village Hall on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm. Please come along and join us. For more information please contact:- Sandi Johnson 01724 734742






On 10 October we were fortunate to have a return visit from globe-trotter Paul Aspden, who gave us two very informative talks which were very well received. Thank you, Paul.

The first talk was about his trip to Chernobyl, which was once a thriving, modern town. Now, following the nuclear disaster in 1986, it is a ruin. Because Paul was taking his photographs in March, with low, grey skies and deep snow on the ground, the sense of the devastation was very evident, and the resulting pictures stark and dramatic.

In contrast, Paul's journey to the red heart of Australia was vivid and dazzlingly bright, but was also full of contrasts. The beginning of his journey was on Fraser Island, a large and tree-filled area formed from compacted sand. The main focus of the trip was based in Alice Springs and the surrounding area - hot, hot, hot! Apart from the town itself, emptiness as far as the eye could see: just flat, red earth interrupted surprisingly by the occasional mountain range and of course Ayers Rock, with it's fantastic rock formations.

The photo slot this month was Flight, and thanks are due to Paul for judging the entries. Here are the winners:


First Dancing Flight: Eliot's Petrels Alice Nunn

Second Getting Ready for Flight Alan Kitchen

Third Long-Haul Flight - Albatross Alice Nunn

Highly Commended Gannets Galore Margaret Knowles


The next meeting is 14 November, when the speakers will be Ann Taylor and Suzanne Kripgans, who will talk to us about The Florist's Art. The photo slot is Shadows.




New members are always welcome on the second Wednesday of each month, 7:30pm in Winteringham Village Hall No experience necessary!



Sandi Johnson




Winning Entries October 2018

Competion winners October 2018

Competion Title Archway



Dancing flight Eliots Petrels

Alice Nunn


Getting ready for flight

Alan Kitchen


Long haul flight Albatross

Alice Nunn

Higly Commended

Gannets Galore

Margaret Knowles




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