An evening of two halves with Brian as acting chairman … and he acted rather well.
Six people (Maurice, Mil (not present due to being in Derbyshire), Judy, Richard, Brian, & Anjalika) displayed their results from the evening with Brian Tarling and the Low Light evening. They showed how, with varying degrees of success, they had coped with the low light situations and ended up with some very good and interesting images.
In the second half Carol presented on her trip to Newfoundland, or her extreme beach holiday as it was also known. She said that there were three types of picture – why? Arty-farty, and okay. Her pictures conveyed the remote, foggy landscape in atmospheric, subtle colours. Carol noted that when conditions were less than ideal for photography you should enjoy what you see and show what is there. Many little coves, all deserted, provided nice setting and there were lots of pictures of ice. Really lots of ice as it was the time that Newfoundland had the most pack ice for years, extending out 50miles out from island. A very enjoyable window on to a unique place.
Thanks to all who participated in another good evening.
Images: Geoff Sims
Report: Paul Duckworth