Horseshoe Trophy 2014

The Horseshoe Trophy is an interclub battle between, Chard, Lyme Regis, Sidmouth, Honiton and Exmouth Camera Clubs. Each club enter 10 images, 5 Prints and 5 Digital Images. The prints required each year must fit the following categories: Mono, Closeup, Landscape, Natural History and Portrait. Each year different categories are chosen for the digital images, this year they are Abandoned, Stormy Weather, Frozen in Time, New Beginings and Abstract.

This event took place on the 20 March at Kilmington Village Hall which will be hosted by Sidmouth. The judge was Peter Fry ARPS DPAGB BPE3*. We did very well in the first half of the evening having gained three firsts and two second places for our prints. We didn't do quite as well for the digital section only gaining one first place and two second places. However overall we scored 41 points which put us the Overall Winner of the Competition. The Best Overall Print for the evening was won by Sheila for her print of The Farmer.

The final scores for the clubs were 19 points for Honiton, 26 points for Lyme, 28 points for Chard, 36 points for Sidmouth and 41 points for Exmouth.

Steve Currie receiving Horseshoe Trophy from Peter Fry

Sheila Haycox received Overall Print Certificate from Peter Fry

 

Prints

 

Portrait - The Farmer by Sheila Haycox - 5 points

Best Overall Print Winner

Mono - Sheep Arriving by Jenny Baker - 5 points

 

Landscape - Dales Daybreak by Steve Currie - 5 points

 

Nature - Pelicans by Sheila Haycox - 4 points


Closeup - Victoria and George by Peter Hyett - 4 points

Digital Images

Abstract - Torment by John Perriam - 4 points

Frozen in Time - Ice Maiden by Sheila Haycox - 4 points

Abandoned - The Call Box - John Perriam - 5 points

New Beginnings - The Leaf by Derrick Holliday - 2 points

Stormy Weather - Elgol by Mo Martin - 3 points