A dazzling array of images is currently greeting visitors to the Old Court Arts Centre - as talented members of Windsor Photographic Society display their work in the foyer and bar area.

The exhibition is a prelude to the start of a new season for the society beginning on Monday, September 2.

Members meet every week at the Old Court in St Leonard's Road to hear talks by experts, enjoy practical sessions with their cameras and take part in competitions.

There are about 40 examples of their work on display at the Old Court.

The society's vice-chairman Nick Warner said: "There is a wide variety of styles, subject matter and genre - examples of portraiture, wildlife and landscape."

The exhibition will run until September 8.

A number of photo-walks have been organised for the next few months including trips to Burnham Beeches, Farnham Sculpture Park and the Jubilee River - any of which could inspire images for the society's next exhibition.

For more details about the club visit www.windsor-photographic-societuy.co.uk