A visit to sunny St Ives, Cambs on Saturday for the annual Interprint Exhibition/ competition of photography which took place at the free church. There were 244 prints on show from various photographic clubs in the East Anglin Federation Region (EAF) .
It gave me a chance to have a look round the Exhibition, I must admit this year there were a few good images on offer.
With the sun being out it gave me the opportunity to take a few images of the town centre, must admit I do like taking pictures in St Ives it has so much to offer the photographer, especially around the waters edge, which is a great place to have a beer and watch the coming and going of small boats in and out of the town.
Armed with my canon G-7x I managed to take a few interesting images for my collection, and to share with you on my blog, the interesting images were taken in the blue hour.
I decided to do a little bit of creating with a few of the images, as the Nik plug in software allowed me to be a bit adventuress.
Had a nice time in St Ives, a bit of photography as well as attending a photographic exhibition to boot. I also attended the judges comments in the evening, the Judge had a hard task to pick the winning shots, mind you the winners were good.
Here is the link to the galleries and the winning images from Interprint 2019