Gwynfa is one of the friendliest photography clubs in Wales. We exist to facilitate, encourage & promote the enjoyment of photography in the local community. We are a non-profit making organisation.
It has come to the attention of the Mole that Rob Beynon (the photographer formerly known as Bob Beynon) recently signed an email.
The Mole heard tell that at the Christmas Do last night one of our members told a story about having woken up, wearing.
At Pixels 2012 on Saturday, Linda Baldwin presented some awards from the 2012 Welsh International Salon of Photography. Awards were made to: Phil.
The succesful panels from the recent AWPF adjudication day have now been added to the WPF website galleries page.
After the membership number changes announced above, the luckiest member is going to be Arthur Brownscombe who becomes member 007. The Mole has.
Rob Beynon has joined the roll of honour at Gwynfa by becoming the 2012 Photographer of the Year. His points total was 191.
At our Picture of the Year evening, Margot Rowlands won the ‘Picture of the Year‘ trophy for her Print ‘Bible Reading‘ and Jonathan.
In 2012 a total of 80 members submitted a photograph to a Gwynfa competition. 645 photographs were entered in total and the average.