Welcome


If you are new to our camera club, you can find out more about us (where we meet, how much it costs, etc) by clicking here. Visitors to our club evenings are always welcome: the programme for the next few meetings is outlined below - just come. Club evenings start at 7:30pm.



    What's Happening    (updated 13/06/2019)



  Bradford Abbas Shield 2018:   A great 'Shadows' effort by our members; we ended up ahead of Yeovil and Wincanton, just one point behind Shaftsbury, and 8 points behind the winners Sherbourne Bradford Abbas. Congratulations to them. Congratulations as well to all whose photographs made up our entry - and thanks to all members who submitted images and gave us so many great photos to select our final 10 from. (Click on any image in the slideshow to see it enlarged).
Stop Press:- the topic for the 2019 Bradford Abbas Shield competition has been announced .... "People at Work".

  July 3rd:   Our last meeting of the season and as usual we have a photoshoot out and about ending with a drink and conversation at a local hostelry. This year we are going to the village of Montacute. Meet at the car park opposite the entrance to Montacute House and aim for a 6-45pm start to make the most of the light. There's lots of interest in the village itself, or if you'd like some views you could try the Ladies Walk, the NT Avenues Walk or some of the NT Layers Walk taking in St Michael's Hill and tower (short cut on to this section from the church) - click any of the links for details. We'll conclude at the Kings Head Inn when the light fades.
Bradford Abbas images 2018



  August 28th:   Yes, our 'September' meeting and our first meeting of the 2019/20 season is on August 28th. There's no meeting on September 4th while we all get ready for our annual 'Photoday' exhibition in South Petherton on Saturday September 7th. Our challenge for this meeting, by way of kick-starting our entries for the Bradford Abbas Shield (see above), is 'People at Work'.


An outline of our programme for the whole 2018/19 season is available here (opens in a pop-up window).




    South Petherton Calendar 2019


The SPPS South Petherton Calendar has become something of an institution over the years, and very well supported by sales it is too. Many thanks to the photographers who provided images this year of South Petherton and the TA13 area around: Barry Apps, Steve Cooper, Steve Harrison, James McInnes, John Nicholson, Liz Randall and David Simpson - and to the editor, James McInnes. In case of doubt about what exactly the TA13 area is, click here for a map.

[Hover your mouse pointer over the image to view its details: click for an enlarged view.]

2020 Calendar We are always looking for fresh images to include in the next edition of the calendar. As you take them throughout the year, please send your S.Petherton/TA13 images for collation and possible selection to .
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    Monthly Photo Challenges


Each month the club members are set a photo challenge to produce digital images on a set topic. The images are then reviewed at a subsequent club night and voted on to select the winner (who gets a round of applause and our heartfelt admiration).

  You can view entries from past 2017/18 challenges and earlier here





Challenge topics and deadlines 2018/19      (Click on the symbol below to see the entries)

  August ‘18 ‐ Shadows ..... see the entries here    

  September ‘18 ‐ Colourful ..... see the entries here    

  October ‘18 ‐ On the Street ..... see the entries here    

  November ‘18 ‐ Seen Better Days ..... see the entries here    

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  December '18/January '19 ‐ An image taken on your Phone or Tablet ..... see the entries here    

  February '19 ‐ Fireworks ..... see the entries here    

  March '19 ‐ Signs of Spring ..... see the entries here    

  April '19 ‐ TA13 Trough the Year* ..... see the entries here    

  May '19 ‐ Music ..... see the entries here    

* In case of doubt about what exactly the TA13 area is, click here for a map.

Entries: (please make no smaller than 1Mb and no larger than 2Mb - as a guide, about 1200 pixels along the longest edge is plenty big enough for your image to be projected with good quality) can be e-mailed to .
Click here for the rules of the Monthly Challenge competition.