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Here is a selection of just some of the hundreds of striking images from Cambridge Camera Club that are going on virtual display.

Hallgrímskirkja. Picture: Andrew Colgan
Hallgrímskirkja. Picture: Andrew Colgan

The club’s annual exhibition – supported once again by the Cambridge Independent – will be launched on Monday (April 25) at an open and free event via Zoom from 7pm.

Images to impress and inspire photographers of all abilities will be on show and the award-winners, chosen by sponsors, selectors and the city’s mayor, Cllr Russ McPherson, will be revealed.

Approaching Storm, Reine. Picture: Ann Miles
Approaching Storm, Reine. Picture: Ann Miles

Among them will be one chosen by editor Paul Brackley and picture editor Keith Heppell as the winner of the Cambridge Independent Trophy for the Best News, Sport or Documentary image.

The Night Porter. Picture: Clive Downes
The Night Porter. Picture: Clive Downes

Paul said: “We always look forward to this exhibition and the task of selecting our trophy winner was, as ever, both a challenging and enjoyable task. The images on display this year are fantastic and I heartily recommend checking them out.”

Stanley and Elsie. Picture: Kevin Pigney
Stanley and Elsie. Picture: Kevin Pigney

All attendees to the launch will have access to the exhibition, which is also sponsored by John Lewis, Scotsdales, Domino, Campkins Cameras, Samsung and Richer Sounds.

Red Fox at Midnight. Picture: Sarah Kelman
Red Fox at Midnight. Picture: Sarah Kelman

Register for the event by visiting the Eventbrite site here. Or visit cambcc.org.uk for more.

Mannequins Picture: Helen Cherry
Mannequins Picture: Helen Cherry
I Wouldn't Come any Closer! Picture: Gabrielle Barnard
I Wouldn't Come any Closer! Picture: Gabrielle Barnard
The Final Lap. Picture: John Bulpitt
The Final Lap. Picture: John Bulpitt
Three Up, Two Down. Picture: Jose Richart Peris
Three Up, Two Down. Picture: Jose Richart Peris
Buachaille Etive Mòr. Picture: Andrew Colgan
Buachaille Etive Mòr. Picture: Andrew Colgan
Strength and Trust. Picture: David Hone
Strength and Trust. Picture: David Hone
Nuthatch. Picture: John Harvey
Nuthatch. Picture: John Harvey
The Final Resting Place. Picture: Nick Murrall
The Final Resting Place. Picture: Nick Murrall

Look out also for extensive coverage of the exhibition in the Cambridge Independent. We will have a winners’ special in the edition out from April 27, with further coverage to follow.

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