Ilkley Camera Club’s 2019 Exhibition runs from 4 May to 14 July at Cliffe Castle Museum. Ilkley Camera Club is one of Yorkshire’s most successful photographic clubs and this Exhibition is a show-case for the members’ talents.
On show are 120 high quality printed photographs by the Club’s members. Subjects range from wildlife, landscapes and architecture to portraits, street scenes and creative images.
The public continue to record their votes for their three favourite images amongst those on show in Ilkley Camera Club’s Exhibition at Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley. After the latest count the leader board has seen changes.
Joe Dobson’s Walk in the snow has slid into top position (37 points), leaving Marion Payne’s Vacant Seats sitting in second place (33). Keith Allen’s Eastern Yellow Robin is still quite chirpy but is now perching in third place alongside Larry James’ Kingfisher (31 points). Jacqui Foster’s Memory Lane (30) has not been forgotten and lies in fifth place.
It’s really close, and there are still four weeks of voting to go, so the positions could change.
Everyone visiting the Exhibition is entitled to vote, and there will be a prize of a £20 Voucher to spend at Annings the Camera Shop in Ilkley for one lucky person whose voting paper is drawn at random.
Railway Child - © Len Downes
Tufted Coquette - © Keith Allen
Kirkjufell - © Sarah James