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Tom Dodd

RANDOM COLOUR



Tom Dodd

RETROSPECTIVE B&W - PICTORIAL DOCUMENTATION!



Jan Wilson-Chalon

In lockdown I have mainly been in my garden taking images of the birds.






Tracie Cooper Probyn

Chester Romans American Football Team

Tracie is the official photographer for Chester Romans American Football team






Kevin Hirst


Big Skies





Andy Polakowski

London in Widescreen

I visit London regularly, using the Widescreen format to depict quiet dramas that conform to my concept of UltraBanality . As momentary forms become clarified through this boundaried and repetitive practice, the viewer is left with a paean to the inaccuracies of our world.

Terry Mills

Linda Bell - Wild Things

John Bell - In the Tenerife Surf

NWPA Exhibition 2019

Several members entered this year's exhibition gaining a number of awards and 147 acceptances. 
Sharon Prenton Jones won the award for gaining the highest aggregate number of points. 

Keukenhof Gardens

In April 2019 members Anne and David Flitcroft  made a visit to the gardens in the Netherlands. Here is a gallery of their images.

ONLY MONO

The Eryri Group finished 8th out of the 41 clubs who entered this year.

The competition was won by the newly formed ISO Group with 72 points.

            Gated by Jean Chadwick 17

            Going for a Ride Sian Davies 18 HC

            Beating Tin Carl Senior 16

            Flat Calm Paula Senior 16

          Thank you to everyone who submitted their prints 



SHARON PRENTON JONES
FIPF STATEMENT OF INTENT
Celtic Mythology exists as a landscape of the imagination. Ancient tales from Wales, Ireland and Scotland feature images of strong independent women and heroic men appearing through the mists of legend. Dominated by the colours of earth, sea and forest, my images evoke a common ancestry, undivided by modern borders. Heroes emerge from backgrounds which are timeless and yet provide a dreamlike context to a shared Celtic heritage.
The challenge was to capture images of mythological characters rather than photographic models. The willing suspension of disbelief needed to see Queen Maeve in the Sligo hills or Twm Sion Cati riding away from the soldiers of the crown required me to work hard with my models crafting their facial expressions and body posture. Attempting to capture a sense of timelessness and myth was a difficult yet enormously satisfying challenge. Here history meets mythology in a visual celebration of the past.


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David Flitcroft

In three trips to Glstonbury Festival I found much of interest apart from the music. Here are some of the people