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Stunning seaside shot secures top spot in photography contest

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:23 09 October 2017

Renewal - Caister-on-Sea by Nick Seaman was voted the favourite photo at an exhibition of the Diss and District Camera Club. Picture: Nick Seaman

Renewal - Caister-on-Sea by Nick Seaman was voted the favourite photo at an exhibition of the Diss and District Camera Club. Picture: Nick Seaman

(c) Nick Seaman

An emotive image of waves washing ashore at Caister-on-Sea has been voted into top place at a camera club’s contest.

Renewal, taken by Nick Seaman, was voted the favourite image at Diss and District Camera Club’s annual exhibition.

Another photo, Looking at me..Looking at You by Sheila Powrie was voted into second place, followed by Tranquillity - Blakeney by Nick Seaman and Quiet Waters by Ed Thuell.

The camera club will continue its regular meetings, with the next event planned to take place on Tuesday, October 17.

Experienced photographer Jane Goodall will be the guest speaker on the evening, leading a talk about family portraits.

Another club night is planned for November 7.

The club meets at the Grasmere Club in Denmark Street, Diss.

For more details, visit www.disscamera.org.uk

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