What’s on at the Club Tonight 

Tonight is a presentation by Peter Ergis entitled “A Different North-West India”. It is also hand in for Round 3 of the Colour Print Competition.

Next Week (11 February) is Round 3 of the Colour Print Competition to be judged by John Hill.


Our Next Outing – Sunday 14 February 

Will be to the Imperial War Museum in Kennington. There are a couple of photography exhibitions on. Firstly there is Lee Miller’s “A Woman’s War” and also Nick Danziger’s “11 Women Facing War”. There are also many tanks, etc. to photograph. I suggest we meet in the foyer of the Museum at 11:00 am. If you are planning on attending please pop your name on the noticeboard at the Club. Dave and I may be a little late as we have friends staying with us but if we are not there at 11 o’clock please go in without us and we’ll catch up with you.


What’s on this Weekend

  • The orchid festival is back at Kew. From 6 February to 6 March. Something not to be missed.
  • If you are a fan of Super Bowl you can catch all the live action of the Super Bowl in London at several late-night screenings when it kicks off in San Francisco on Sunday 7 February. Time Out gives details of a lot of the venues.
  • The Photographic Angle, 2-8 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QA
 on now until Sunday 7 February, open daily between 10:00am and 3:00pm. The theme is “Wildlife of the World”. Free entry. More details on www.thephotographicangle.co.uk.



To those scoring a 20 in Round 3 of the PDI Competition.

Intermediate: Edmund Ault’s “Alfa Romeo Guilietta at Crystal Palace” and “Singing for his Supper”.

Advanced: Betty Deshmukh’s “Frozen Fuchsia”, Vera Stevens’ “Together” and Geoff Lewis’ “Spiderman”.


Congratulations also to

As all 3 rounds of the PDI competition have been completed congratulations go to Edmund Ault who was the winner of the Intermediate class, with Horst Schlewinski as runner up.

Vera Stevens was winner of the Advanced group with Paul Lehane as runner up.


Nema and Bob Coggon

If you were not at the Club last Thursday, Steve announced that the evening would be the last Nema and Bob would be at the Club as they were moving to Cornwall in a few days. Nema and Bob have been members of Bromley CC for many years; in fact I believe Bob was the second longest serving member. We wish them every success and happiness in their new home.


Other Photography Exhibitions on in February

  • Saul Leiter’s “Retrospectiveand
  • Wolf Suschitzkys “London” both on at the Photographers Gallery, Soho
  • Julia Margaret Cameron “Photos from 100 years ago”on at the V&A
  • Alec Soth’s “Gathered Leaves” on at the Science Museum
  • Taylor Wessing Portrait Prizeon until 21 February at the National Portrait Gallery
  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum
  • “Lost in Music” from tomorrow until 15 February at Printspace, Hoxton