With a view of the edge

A VIEW of Gardom’s Edge near Baslow in the Peak District was the most popular with visitors to the annual exhibition of Sheffield Photographic Society.

Keith Allchin won the favourite print poll at the exhibition at Sheffield Cathedral’s 1554 Gallery, narrowly beating Canal Colour, a scene from the Chesterfield Canal, by Bill Broomby, followed by Reed Reflections, by John Ferretti, and Storm over Ullapool Harbour, by Kerry Long, in joint third position.

More than 190 colour and monochrome prints were displayed by 54 members of the society, which is one of the oldest in the world.

Makes a change from the lone tree and millstones.

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