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by Tim Wright - 16:45 on 21 April 2016

Ten of us set sail to Graemsay with rain pouring down .Luckily in
minutes the sun came out and we got clicking. There will be endless
photos of lighthouses as they stood out well in the bright light. A good
walk around the island was marked by a lunch stop by Hoy Low light
followed by a walk to the old church which is now used as a farm
store.Various routes were taken back to the ferry ,some muddier than
others. While we waited for the boat, we perused photos from Warbeth and
Movement. This time there was a curious crossover. Starlings featured in
both with a Starling warming his feet on the back of a Sheep at Warbeth
paired by a mass of fighting Starlings at a bird table in
Movement.However, Warbeth produced lovely views across to Hoy as well as
detail of the wreck and stones on the beach.There were pictures of the
cemetery and the stonemason at work.Movement had lots of moving
water,fountains and even Niagara Falls as well as as an amusing
accusation by a Swan to a Duck that looked like it had stood on it's
foot.Well done to all our contributors for such excellent results.A
great day out for everyone.
The next meeting will be Wed May 25 at St Nicholas Church in Holm .Time
and confirmation will follow when I have contacted them.The project this
month is"Outsize/extra large".
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