Museum awards winners of Photography Competition

Posted by Tenby Museum on Dec 1, 2015 Blog, News No Comments

On Saturday 28 November, before officially opening the art exhibition Timestones, Abigail Neal presented the two winners from the Junior Category of the Photography Competition held by Tenby Museum during the summer months.

Abigail Neal presented the two winners, Tia Lynwood of Tenby and Jacob James of Narberth, with their prizes. Tia had submitted dramatic photograph of the South Beach, which reminded the judges of an ancient and mystical sea creature and Jacob’s stunning picture was ‘True Blue’, which depicted the statue of Prince Albert on Castle Hill with an extraordinary vivid blue background.

The winner of the adult category was Clare Bartlett of Birmingham, who had submitted a truly delightful picture of Tenby’s bandstand. Clare was unable to attend the presentation.

Congratulations must be extended to all those who took part in the competition.

Jacob James, Abigail Neal (and daughter!) and Tia Lynwood at the presentation for the Junior winners of Tenby Museum’s photography competition

Jacob James, Abigail Neal (and daughter!) and Tia Lynwood at the presentation for the Junior winners of Tenby Museum’s photography competition