TENBY Camera Club has come out on top in an annual nine-way west Wales battle.

The Pembrokeshire club was up against Afan Nedd, Carmarthen, Cardigan, Kidwelly, Llanelli, New Quay, Towy Valley and Trostre camera clubs in the recent contest.

Each club had to enter 10 digital images, giving a total of 90 to be judged by Peter Young.

The range of subject matter was super, with traditional and creative styles.

Beautiful landscapes, interesting portraits, stunning wildlife and travel were all appreciated by the audience.

There were 10 top-scoring 20s given, so the standard was very high.

Tenby secured first place with 179 points out of a maximum of 200. Afan Nedd, with 173/200, was second and third, with 163/200, was Trostre.

Peter Young chose his best image for the evening, which was Morning After the Storm by Bryan Morgan of Kidwelly Camera Club.

Thanks were given to Peter for his patience and expertise, in judging and critiquing a mammoth number of images, and to all the participating clubs for their interesting and quality entries, and for supporting the event on Zoom .