Hi everyone, you can take part in this exhibition the details are on their website here
Or ..........If anyone fancies taking some photos of the Tour of Britain - here is the link to the site with details of the route. http://www.tourofbritain.co.uk/stages/index.php#.U1fOhMfzTAc
...............or for an all together more relaxing experience check out your local wood for bluebells which are in flower now and over the next few weeks.
If steam trains are not your thing perhaps you fancy goths? The Whitby Spring Festival is on this weekend from 26th -28th April. Check out: http://www.whitbygothweekend.co.uk/tickets.php
The NYMR is one of the most iconic full size steam railways in Britain and runs several steam trains a day through the North York Moors National Park from Pickering to Grossmont and on to Whitby. It includes an historically important station and engine works at Grossmont and at Goathland the station that became Hogworts
For April’s photo shoot a suggestion has been made to visit the Critch Tramway Village (it’s not too far away). There is a 1940s event on Sunday 20th April (Yes, I know it’s Easter Sunday). Meet at Poynton Civic Centre car park at 09:00 (the event opens at 10:00) or alternatively if you some of you
I'm going to this event on Thursday 10th April It's quite a long way so if anyone wants to join me I will be pleased to have company and perhaps share costs. I'm likely to be driving Annette's BMW Z4 so can extend my offer only to one other person as it's a 2-seater metal slide-top.
I'm in the market for one or two Nomad Heavy duty Photo boxes (as used by the Club) and am considering placing an order for either the two inch or, more likely, the one and a half inch which hold respectively about 15-18 and 10-12 of my competition-ready, mounted prints. Both boxes are priced at
No this isn't an April fool.After the glorious weekend the weather wasn't great for our "unofficial" photo shoot in Lyme Park on Monday evening, but that didn't thwart four of our members armed with big lenses and walking boots making the 6pm rendezvous. After a couple of non-productive (motorised) laps between the entrance and the car