Stunning Suffolk scenes and natural history images among highlights of Wingfield Barns exhibition

The East Anglian region of the Royal Photographic Society is staging its annual exhibition at Wingfi

The East Anglian region of the Royal Photographic Society is staging its annual exhibition at Wingfield Barns. Red Deer Stag by Liz Cutting ARPS. - Credit: Liz Cutting

Almost 300 impressive images will be displayed for a fortnight from this Saturday at a rural Suffolk exhibition venue.

The East Anglian region of the Royal Photographic Society stages its annual exhibition at Wingfield Barns, near Stradbroke, until Sunday, October 23.

Featuring prints and projected images, the exhibition is the highlight of the regional society’s year and comprises a wide variety of genres, including 60 natural history images.

Exhibition co-ordinator, Moira Ellice said: “This year, a Royal Photographic Society gold medal was awarded for the selectors’ best print and for the selectors’ best projected image.

“Royal Photographic Society ribbons were also awarded by each of the selectors for their favourite print and projected image.


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“The East Anglia region is very grateful to Wayne, the shop floor manager at Hughes of Martlesham, who organised the loan of a large TV monitor for the duration of the exhibition.

“Without Hughes’ generosity, the region would not have been able to show the outstanding projected image exhibition to visitors.”

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The free exhibition opens at Wingfield Barns on Saturday. The barns are open between 11am and 4.00pm from Wednesdays to Sundays.

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