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PHOTOGRAPHY - NOVEMBER

by Tim Wright - 22:14 on 29 November 2012

Twelve of us went to the Orkney Brewery today and took the very infomative tour.Luckily the brewing was in full swing and good photos of men at work as well as steaming mash,foaming fermentation and streaming beer were there for the taking.The light was good and everything was so clean it made it a pleasure to photograph.We then retired to eat at the restaurant as well as sample a few small but different beers.
Now replete ,we viewed the photos .First, the Eastside ones with a couple of  Artichokes of different colours ,plenty of various aspects of the milleneum stone and an attractive bunch of Turnstones wizzing along the shoreline.
"Cloudscapes" seemed to have really got everyones enthusiasm up and I think it was the best set of results from a monthly project that we have had so far.A lot of them were outstanding and too many to mention in particular.Well done to all who took part.

Our next meeting is Wednesday Jan 30th at Dounby School for 2pm.Hilary will be on hand to point us in the right direction.We will be viewing member's contributions .

P.S. Well, who noticed the (non) deliberate mistake ?
Yes, the Monthly Project this month is " Tree or Trees in a seasonal Landscape" .Shrubs will do !
Regards,Tim

Our Chairman and Group Leader!!!!


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