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Exhibition At Dapdune Wharf Celebrates Photographers’ Vision

Published on: 30 Jul, 2022
Updated on: 29 Jul, 2022

An exhibition of picture-perfect images is on show at the National Trust’s Dapdune Wharf in Guildford during August, writes the publicity secretary of the Woking Photographic Society, Len Walker.

The annual Woking Photographic Society Exhibition returns with a gallery of more than 150 spectacular and colourful prints.

Mike Tibbotts: Fighting foxes.

Among the wide range of subjects captured through the view finder are perfect portraits, compelling landscapes, the wild excesses of the natural world, creative images and life on the street.

The event follows the society’s recently-held 67th annual exhibition at the Parkview Centre for the Community in Sheerwater, Woking.

Carol Smith: Euphorbia Characias with unusual growth.

The prints, judged by distinguished photographer Roger Reynolds HonFRPS APAGB FBPPA FBPE, are on show in Guildford for the first time.

Brigitte Miller: Lake Windemere.

The society’s president, Richard Sheldrake, said: “This popular event showcases the skilfully-taken photographs taken by club members, many of whom will be on-hand throughout the month to offer photographic advice to passers-by.”

Emma Rowland: Newhaven sunset.

Entry to the exhibition at Dapdune Wharf, Wharf Road, is free and runs daily from Sunday, July 31 to Saturday August 27, (excluding. Saturday 20) between 11am and 5pm.

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