David Byrne has won a FIAP HM in the Brazilian small print salon this weekend with his photo entitled ‘Cross Road‘, with a total of 3 acceptances.
CPS was well represented and managed an impressive 22 acceptances in this years salon, contributors where, Carole Mathews, Carl Mason, Perter Clark and David Byrne.
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Results are coming in thick and fast at the moments David Byrne has won a PSA Gold Medal Best of Show in the Photojournalist Section for ‘Riding his Luck‘, and a PSA HM for ‘Approaching Tide‘ in the Open Colour Section along with with a total of 9 acceptances. Peter Clark also won 2 PSA HM’s in the Small Mono Prints section with ‘Great Sand Dunes Colorado‘ and ‘White Pocket Landscape‘ with a total of 9 acceptances.
David Byrne has won 2 medals in Spain in the ’3° Spanish Andorran Circuit’ both for the picture ‘Wind Torn’. In the 1° Medellinn salon it won a Silver PSA Medal and in the 7° Illes Balears salon a Bronze PSA Medal, altogether he had 15 acceptances in the circuit. Peter Clark also gained an impressive 14 acceptances making the total for CPS 29!
The above International Exhibition is the worlds premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant flower and botanical photography run in association with The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and is currently on display at the Jackfield Tile Museum in the Iron Bridge Gorge (14th July to the 1 September 2012). It has some really good images and is well worth visiting. Admission is Free. www.ironbridge.org.uk
David Byrne’s photo ‘White Water‘ was awarded a FIAP Honourable Mention plus 4 acceptances in their International Salon this weekend.
Hi folks, we are suggesting a visit to the Jaguar Heritage Museum in Coventry on Sunday July 29th. This is the last Sunday the museum will be open ever, as it is closing at the end of August. Admission is free and photography is allowed. There is a selection of the 120 vehicles in the collection on show, so if you are interested please let us know by the weekend. Roy & Margaret
‘Where Can He Be‘ has won Carl Mason a FSS Gold Medal in the Serbian Salon.