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The Reason I Switched A Light Hearted Look

No it is not Roger after he switched, changed, came out, or whatever, it turned out that the switch he made was from his full frame camera to a smaller lighter Olympus. Not as exciting as I was expecting, but it is always good to see his excellent work. We started off...

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February’s Monthly PDI A Light Hearted Look

The evening started with Alf doing a very good impersonation of Dick, sadly Jan wasn't available to an impression of Sylvia, otherwise I think we all would have been confused. We had a few "Marmite" pictures this month, now I like Marmite, so why did I like one of...

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February PDI Winning Images

Advanced 1st Osea Huts by Brian Clark 2nd The Tide Pool By Kevin Sykes 3rd Guarding My Patch by Joe Travasso H.C. Tree in The Lake District by Brian Clark H.C. Kingfisher on Lichen by Joe Travvaso H.C. Kingfisher (The One That Got Away) by Reg Mellis Osea Huts The...

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The Wonders Of The Sky A Lighthearted Look

We nearly didn't get a blog this week when Sarah nicked my best line with "You Know your Onions". Anyway I have got over my sulk. To quote Joni Mitchell, we have looked at clouds from both sides now and with all those long words, I really don't know clouds at all....

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From Shore To Summit A Light Hearted Look

An evening in which Sylvia got excited to find out there were things that her and Dick could do in the dirt, that they had not tried yet. though they would have to climb half way up a mountain to do it. Julie explained to us that as a wildlife photographer, you had to...

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January PDI A Light Hearted Look

I've spoken to that nice Mr Whitty, who has had a word with Boris, and they both agree with me that anyone who has the following letters in their name I-R-I-S-D-O-N-O-V-A-N and in that order must, immediately isolate their camera by placing it in it's bag and storing...

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