Take a look at these ‘Suffolk skies’ captured by members of Framlingham Camera Club

Sunfire over Felixstowe Ferry. Picture: RICHARD ROGERSON

Sunfire over Felixstowe Ferry. Picture: RICHARD ROGERSON - Credit: Archant

Suffolk’s skies have been captured in all their celestial glory for a photography club competition.

Waveney Reflections. Picture: KEVIN BRINKLEY

Waveney Reflections. Picture: KEVIN BRINKLEY - Credit: Archant

Members of Framlingham Camera Club presented their own take on the theme, which included stunning sunsets, stormy rain clouds, and wintery dawns.

Impending Storm. Picture: JIM WALKER

Impending Storm. Picture: JIM WALKER - Credit: Archant

Derek Leak from Lowestoft Photography Club judged a total of 52 images from 14 members, with the highest scoring entries shown here.

Havergate Sunset. Picture: JIM WALKER

Havergate Sunset. Picture: JIM WALKER - Credit: Archant

Framlingham Camera Club’s Colin Huiggins said: “The judge received a good round of applause for the balanced way in which he had judged the entries and the useful tips he gave during the evening. He responded by complementing us on the high standard of entries and said how enjoyable he found it to visit other clubs and talk to other photographers.”

Getting up Steam. Picture: BASIL WELCH

Getting up Steam. Picture: BASIL WELCH - Credit: Archant

The club, which welcomes members of all ages and abilities, holds regular meetings at Brandeston village hall.

Summer Gold. Picture: SHERIE BRINKLEY

Summer Gold. Picture: SHERIE BRINKLEY - Credit: Archant


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Activities include competitions, talks, exhibitions, and visits to other clubs and events.

Harvest Starlight. Picture: SHERIE BRINKLEY

Harvest Starlight. Picture: SHERIE BRINKLEY - Credit: Archant

For more information about the club visit its website.

Winter Dawn. Picture: SIMON GARRETT

Winter Dawn. Picture: SIMON GARRETT - Credit: Archant

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