Printer Friendly

Picture perfect women win the lot.

WOMEN photographers snapped up all the silverware in the Leamington Spa Photographic Society's annual exhibition competition.

And two of the women scooped two cups each.

Gordon Morris, annual exhibition secretary, said: "As far as I can discover, it's the first time in the society's history that women have won all the trophies in each of the classes."

And the women are lining up their photographs ready for the exhibition, to be opened by Cllr Mike Doody, Warwick District Council chairman, on September 1 at the Royal Spa Centre in Newbold Terrace.

The winners were:

Hasje Mousley - Print of the Year Cup for Isle of Skye landscape; Pauline MacDonald - Archie Payne Memorial Trophy for Peter and Chris; Gayle Kirton - Gundry Cup for Tattoos and John Neville Cup for Modern Dance; Helen Ashbourne - Leamington Morning News Trophy for Frozen Hitchman Fountain; Jean Evans - Colour Cup for French Creek and Natural History Trophy for Algae and Ice.


ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE LENS: The women line up for a photo call with some of their winning work and trophies, (from left) Gayle Kirton, Hasje Mousley, Jean Evans, Pauline MacDonald and Helen Ashbourne. Picture: MARK RADFORD
COPYRIGHT 2003 Coventry Newpapers
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2003 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 11, 2003
Previous Article:RIDER KILLED IN CRASH AFTER BULLDOG BASH; Pillion passenger wife, 34, among four other people hurt.
Next Article:Bid for clue to identity.

Related Articles
Hooked on troubled stars.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |