Monthly Archives: January 2016

Trees–the result

Last week we had the monthly photo competition at my local camera club. The set subject was – Trees.                                   The scream                                                   Golden Tree The judge thought The Scream was well seen but there were too many technical issues with … Continue reading

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A tough day out.

This winter has been unusual. The driest and warmest November on record was followed by the wettest ever December with flooding affecting large parts of Northern England. Now we have our first sprinkling of snow. Along with Les, I was … Continue reading

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Eem is the way the locals pronounce the name of the village of Eyam, set in the Peak District. The village is best known for being the “plague village” that chose to isolate itself when the plague was discovered there … Continue reading

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Tonight it is ‘hand in night’ for the next monthly competition at my local camera club. It is a “set subject” – TREES. Although I often include trees in a landscape photo, they are not usually the main point of … Continue reading

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