Hosted by Cheltenham Camera Club and judged by Peter Weaver ARPS.
Image by Mandy Sysum
Bob Train has arranged a photo shoot at Worcester on July 21st commencing 09.15 outside Bakers Hotel, 24 Quay Street, Worcester WR1 2JJ,
Meet at 9:15 outside Bakers Hotel, 24 Quay Street, Worcester WR1 2JJ,
Nearest car park:- Copenhagen Street Car Park (100 yds) 4 Copenhagen St, Worcester WR1 2EY
The plan is to walk down by the riverside with Swan Sanctuary and the rowing club, to Diglis Canal Basin Worcester Birmingham Canal then back to the Cathedral.
This will go ahead subject to the British weather.
Initially can you let Bob know if you are interested in going to this shoot and his email is:- firstname.lastname@example.org. Shared travel arrangements can be agreed.
Information for those members who have registered to attend, please see below the details for our visit to the Barn Owl Centre.
Photographic Photo Shoot at The Barn Owl Centre, Netheridge Farm, Netheridge Cl, Gloucester GL2 5LE
If anyone wants more information on how to find it please ask. However the link above should help you establish the location.
The shoot will start at 18.00 so suggest being in the car park for 17.50.
We will contact the centre the night before to ensure the weather forecast allows the event to go ahead.
WE WILL ONLY CONTACT YOU IF THE EVENT HAS HAD TO BE CANCELLED OTHERWISE WILL SEE YOU IN THE CAR PARK
Cost as previously stated is £40 per person payable on the night.
Remember that anyone who said they were coming and do not show, then I have to pay for their absence at £40 per head.
But I know you will be coming as promised by your confirmation.
The shoot we did last year was very good, with some very stunning action shots , so I believe you will not be disappointed this time.
I have a forthcoming exhibition at the Upper Lock Cafe, Wallbridge in Stroud. Starting May 5th for a month.
To support the exhibition I’ve built a website which has details of what’s for sale, on display and the location itself.
The Upper Lock Cafe is easy to find, it is close to Stroud Station and can be seen from the main road mini roundabouts.
The Cafe is charming warm and friendly and is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious light meal or a snack (especially the sausage and bacon sandwiches or spicey lime and lentil soup).
There are many lovely walks and bike rides nearby. A particular favourite goes along the canal from Stonehouse through Stroud to Chalford.
There's lots to photograph,canal craft and locks, mills and abundant wildlife. Not to mention the historic industrial architecture, much of which has been carefully renovated
The exhibition features a selection of framed pictures taken since I joined Gloucester Camera Club in 2016. They represent a journey of observational creativity combined with "artistic licence" in the presentation of the subjects.
Come, and enjoy a great day out!