Park Street Camera Club’s ‘very best of the best’ members awarded

The Park Street Camera Club handed the very best of the best members in an awards ceremony. The very best of the clubs campaigns throughout the year were constituted into the highest scoring snaps from all members.
Paul Michell, the most experienced, who has been awarded his Fellowship to Royal Society recently for a unique panel of prints clicked with a pinhole camera, snatched the 1st spot. The 2nd spot was handed to Chris Gilbert for a street photography piece named All You Need Is Love. And, the 3rd position was snatched by Connie Fitzgerald with the snap Morning Has Broken a lonely study of decay on pebble beach at the Dungness.
The Best Projected Image of the Year award was Rosemary Wenzerul for her image Stocker Lake Reflection. The snap reveals the reflection of a tree in water that created a slight dreamlike effect. It was a popular win as Mrs Wenzerul had not been able to visit the club for few weeks because her husband is severely ill.
In the meantime, a charity exhibit that would showcase the works of fifty amateur photographers would take place to raise funds for an educational program, this week, in the United Kingdom. Our Bahrain is an initiative which blends photography with charity. It would take place to support the Be Free Centre’s Instilling Universal Knowledge program. This initiative is a brainchild of Maryam Toorani Elma Bartholomew in collaboration with Alosra Supermarket.

The Park Street Camera Club handed the very best of the best members in an awards ceremony. The very best of the clubs campaigns throughout the year were constituted into the highest scoring snaps from all members.

Paul Michell, the most experienced, who has been awarded his Fellowship to Royal Society recently for a unique panel of prints clicked with a pinhole camera, snatched the 1st spot. The 2nd spot was handed to Chris Gilbert for a street photography piece named All You Need Is Love. And, the 3rd position was snatched by Connie Fitzgerald with the snap Morning Has Broken a lonely study of decay on pebble beach at the Dungness.

The Best Projected Image of the Year award was Rosemary Wenzerul for her image Stocker Lake Reflection. The snap reveals the reflection of a tree in water that created a slight dreamlike effect. It was a popular win as Mrs Wenzerul had not been able to visit the club for few weeks because her husband is severely ill.

In the meantime, a charity exhibit that would showcase the works of fifty amateur photographers would take place to raise funds for an educational program, this week, in the United Kingdom. Our Bahrain is an initiative which blends photography with charity. It would take place to support the Be Free Centre’s Instilling Universal Knowledge program. This initiative is a brainchild of Maryam Toorani Elma Bartholomew in collaboration with Alosra Supermarket.