This was my second Scott Kelby World Wide Photowalk, my first being the Warwick walk last year, and Glyn Dewis was once again our walk leader.
A warm June and after a great day of wandering around Stratford and Bethnal Green I made my way to the London Olympic Stadium for the mighty AD/DC.
A mixture of an overcast, sunny and chilly morning at Climping near Littlehampton, West Sussex and 22 flat coats and their owners met to walk the beach
Early May and I joined Terry and Sara from the Photographic Society to spend the day wandering the banks of the Thames as it passes through Henley.
Photographs of the other members of Denise’s group who also braved the Spinnaker Tower.
It was a crisp and bright Saturday morning as we arrived at Gunwharf Quays to watch Denise abseil the Spinnaker Tower …
I attended the last day of the Southern Counties Photographic Federation 46th Annual Exhibition which was held at Salisbury Library & Galleries.
Just got back from the Discovery Centre in Winchester where the good folks of the Winchester Photographic Society hosted a talk by the great Joe McNally.
G has been mad about giraffes since she was tiny and Ness had booked her a giraffe feeding experience at Marwell Zoological Park.
Late October and a beautiful warm and sunny morning to take photographs.
We spent another lovely morning at the beautiful Waggoners Wells, Grayshot, Hampshire with a fine group of flatcoats and their owners.
The dogs enjoyed themselves immensely by leaping into the numerous ponds and water courses. Thanks to all who attended and made it fun.
Headed up to Warwick for Scott Kelby’s annual Worldwide Photowalk, which is now in its 8th year; I had missed out on attending the walk in Bath last year so was pleased I had booked early for this one. On the photowalk website it had indicated that there were 1000 walks taking place so I was in good company. I’d set off quite early so arrived in Warwick a good couple of hours before the start of the event and decided to have a stroll around the town to get my bearings.