This gallery displays recent winners of the monthly competition on our 'Pick of the Week' group on Flickr
, as voted for by fellow members. The winning photographer is awarded the glittering "Tiger Trophy" and selects the next month's theme.
For January, we will be using our Flickr group for providing feedback for members planning to submit to HATS 2020 (Hands Across the Sea), our friendly competition with the Camera Club of Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Watch this space for announcement of future themes for Feb 2020 and beyond.
To ask for an invitation to join the group, click here. You are restricted to posting 5 images a week Any of the images can be on the monthly competition theme - just add it into your title. Please amend title rather than description so it's visible when hovering over your image on the gallery page.
For December the theme was "Kind of Blue". Society Webmaster John Murray's beautiful blurred image of birds in motion - Flock - secured the most votes from other members.
In November, under the theme "Unity and Togetherness". Alan Larsen's fantastic shot of a tightly knit shoal of fish on a reef Let's Stick Together was the winning image.
In October, we voted for new images for our social media banners. Over the next few months we will rotate the winning images on our website and on our facebook and twitter pages as well as our Flickr group.
Richard Eyers Legs and Shadows won the September theme of "Crowds."
Rob Wilkinson's cropped shot of a multistorey car park in Milton Keynes scored highest under August's theme, "Something Commonplace".
July's theme was "Something Extraordinary" and Margaret Marks's picture of two squabbling jay chicks gained the most votes from other members.
Natalie Robinson's dramatic image from a construction site, "Hanging against the light," won June's theme, "Hanging".
May's theme was "A View From a Window" and the runaway winner was Dennis Law's picture of his window cleaner.
Our theme for April was "People at Work." Likened by one member to an Edward Hopper scene, Richard Eyers' moody shot of a lonely office worker was the most popular.
In March, we asked for images to support our new logo. Alan Larsen's beautiful sunset cityscape won the most support from fellow-members.
Our theme for February, was “Abandoned”. Chris Jepson submitted a series of evocative images from Chernobyl, and it was his picture of a ruined High School that was most appreciated.
The Tiger Trophy was shared under January's theme of "Texture." John Murray's Decaying Tree and Keith Cavanagh's Sacks proved the most popular.