Hundreds of images go on display at annual photographic society exhibition in Ipswich Town Hall

Annual Ipswich and District Photographic Society exhibition at the Ipswich Town Hall.
David and Sal

Annual Ipswich and District Photographic Society exhibition at the Ipswich Town Hall. David and Sally Long are photographers in the show. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown

Ipswich and District photographic Society has launched its annual exhibition at the town hall on Tuesday – with hundreds of striking images on display.

Juvenile Kingfishers by Charles Whitfield-King, which was chosen by mayor Roger Fern as the winner o

Juvenile Kingfishers by Charles Whitfield-King, which was chosen by mayor Roger Fern as the winner of the Mayor's Cup in the Ipswich and District Photographic Society Exhibition. Picture: Charles Whitfield-King - Credit: Archant

Mayor Roger Fern visited the exhibition to choose his favourite entry for the Mayor’s Cup award, ahead of a society dinner on Tuesday where the cup and other awards were handed out.

Juvenile Kingfishers by Charles Whitfield-King was the mayor’s chosen winner,

Among the images exhibited were 276 prints and 205 digital photos in a range of genres including sports, landscapes and wildlife.

A spokeswoman from the society said: “It’s the highlight of our year.

Annual Ipswich and District Photographic Society exhibition at the Ipswich Town Hall.
David and Sal

Annual Ipswich and District Photographic Society exhibition at the Ipswich Town Hall. David and Sally Long are photographers in the show. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown


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“We have monthly competitions and guest speakers but this is the opportunity for us to show everyone else the work we do, which is really nice to share and a lot of people we have spoken to come every year.”

The exhibition runs until Saturday, March 18, and is open from 10am-5pm.

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