Onyx on all fours.

Gonna have to get myself a blanket for those fungi shots. It gets to the stage where i think, sod it, I'll stay down here for now, see what else I can get.

But enough about my troubles

Tonights meet, well, it was one of those filler evenings where by members could bring and show any of their work, why they took it and give insights to us lesser mortals of how to improve our framing, exposure etc etc.

we had entries from Val, Julia, Cathy, Chris, Colin and David, showing various shots of recent club events. Our Raptor evening featured heavily as did our August project, Lavenham. The Windmill at Mountnessing also turned up and it was interesting to see everyones take on it. For myself, I threw together a set to show the trips out I'd shared with various members of the club. If any of these tickle your fancy, give me a shout and a couple of weeks to set it up. Its not all crack of dawn/last thing at night but it certainly makes your work a bit different from the run of the mill stuff.

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