Royston Photographic Society has announced its latest winners as weekly meetings begin again for the 2023/2024 season.

The first open competition of the year saw Jim Cromwell placing first with his atmospheric shot of burnt books, entitled 'Fahrenheit 451'.

Royston Crow: 'Fahrenheit 451' by Jim Cromwell'Fahrenheit 451' by Jim Cromwell (Image: Jim Cromwell)

He also placed third with 'Driving South', his collage of Bassingbourn road signs.

Jitka Brynjolffssen was awarded second place for her view of Honister Pass in the Lake District.

In the coming weeks the society's events include a 'knockout' competition where several new members will make their first entries, a club night of discussion and training on various camera skills, a monochrome competition, an excursion to Cambridge West campus for street and architectural photography and a wildlife photography presentation.

Royston Crow: Driving South by Jim CromwellDriving South by Jim Cromwell (Image: Jim Cromwell)

The society's landscape group continued during the summer, and have an upcoming excursion to Rowney Warren Wood in Shefford to capture the views at sunset, with a Zoom review of the pictures at a later date.


Club meetings are held every Thursday in term time at Icknield Walk School from 7.45pm to 9.30pm.

Photographers of all interests, level of experience and equipment type are invited to come along. 

Either show up on the day or introduce yourself to new members officer Andrew Gilborn at