top of page

Friday 2nd July 2021

Especially ordered good weather allowed the lions share of the Penryn Camera Club to romp around the Great Flat load (so named because the tin-bearing rock was an unusually shallow gradient around 10 degrees) on a planned shoot. We had a mining expert and printed notes to swell our knowledge of the area. Our photography experts shepherded us towards the best shots. A local Scout group was using the location for their ceremonies providing human interest against the ancient granite backgrounds.

Our fun competition this week was open allowing a plethora of great images - so good in fact we had FIVE images in joint second. Victor Tulin took the podium with a great abstract image “Evening ripples”. I guess the remaining nine images can claim equal third? You can see all the images on our Facebook page

If you want to join us, virtually while C-19 remains (friendly members have all photographic abilities, so you are sure to fit in.) Look for the Contact Us form on the top menu bar. Don’t like links? Google; Penryn Camera Club to find our website.

Winners Open competition
Winners Open competition


Recent Posts

See All

Friday 5th May 2023

Penryn Camera Club swarmed the Norway Inn on Sunday for a carvery roast. There were a couple of very minor issues but most enjoyed the extended lunch, loads had puds (and plates were cleared) and we a


bottom of page