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WHITBY’S Photographic Society held the Hugh Lambert-Smith trophy recently with entrants required to cast aside colour in favour of old-fashioned black and white.

An open subject was chosen, providing the image was in black and white and Judge Ken Peck chose Sid Weatherill’s “Welder” as the winning piece.

Club member Kathleen Horsley said: “He liked to see a wide range of ‘colours’ from white, through grey to deep black.

“The winning image was a very difficult shot to take because of the brightness of the flame.”

Second place was awarded to Carol Walker’s “Castle” and in equal third place were “Industry” by Dick Day and “Snow on Blakey” by Sid Weatherill.

"Industry" by Dick Day

"Industry" by Dick Day

Carol Walker's "Castle"

Carol Walker's "Castle"