255 photos in 21 sub-albums
627 photos in 20 sub-albums
339 photos in 10 sub-albums
124 photos in 6 sub-albums
171 photos in 3 sub-albums
1005 photos in 53 sub-albums
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328 photos in 16 sub-albums
4850 photos in 129 sub-albums
267 photos in 5 sub-albums
PhotoGroup Chairman Barry Hunt It's quality not quantity that counts. With this in mind entrants to the Online Photographic Exhibition 2023 were asked to submit up to ten images, rather than twelve as in past years. In the end a respectable 267 images for the five categories were submitted by 33 Chiltern Society members. This resulted in 117 fewer images from last year's record-breaking 384 total, which was doubtless boosted by the easing of pandemic restrictions. Arguably that makes this year's event more manageable for website visitors. The exhibition's high pictorial and technical standards still remain a key factor for its popularity, as do the sheer variety of subjects; all taken in the UK and the Chilterns of course. Special thanks once again go to Damon Guy for providing the informative comments that make the event so special, as well as to Quiller Barrett who edited this 19th edition of the exhibition. Exhibition Commentator Damon Guy Damon Guy has been a photographer since his teens. Once hooked, his interest led to serious camera purchases. Damon focussed mainly on personal projects and interests. In 2000, he got his first digital camera. That sparked off a broader relationship with photography that continues today. After years as a camera club member, Damon went professional in 2010. Now he runs a photography website (https://photokonnexion.com), teaches photography and works freelance too. Damon also manages photographic judging in the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs. He is an active photographic judge and lecturer at camera clubs throughout the SE of England.
The winner will receive £20
Here is the latest photo in the PhotoGroup's Puzzle Picture series that is a regular feature in Chiltern magazine.
Alongside is the answer to the previous Puzzle Picture.
Puzzle picture: 111
"Where would you come across this house?"
Send your entry here. The draw will take place on 28th December 2023.
Puzzle picture: 110 - The answer
Which 19th century novelist once lived here?
She lived in this house in the High Street, Rickmansworth, that is now the St Joan of Arc Catholic School, founded in 1904.
The winner was: