Seaford Photographic Society has been celebrating the work of its members with a competition for digital images.
One of the winning images was a springtime image taken at ground level of a bluebell.
One of the categories was candids of people to include shots taken while the subject is unaware of the photographer, but which engage the viewer in some way. The winner was an image named Take Five by Steven Wares. The colourful photograph was taken in India.
In second place was Surgical Procedure by Cathryn Mantovani, a black and white image showing a surgeon at work.
Third was Resting in the Shade by Thelma Hamilton, another black and white shot - once again showing someone resting.
The second competition of the evening was on the theme of spring.
Adrian Bishop took the top spot and runner up was Chris Dawson with Bluebell Forest (pictured) taken from ground level.
Third place went to Tim King with New Growth.
The society meets every Friday at 7.30pm at Chyngton Methodist Church Hall until June 5
Visit www.SeafordPS.org.uk for more information.