Monday, 27 January 2020

Replication, Puffins and Cemeteries - you can't beat a varied agenda

It was a packed agenda at Thursday's club meeting, with the review of our 'replication' challenge, two talks and a new challenge one creative photography.

First up was our review of our replication challenge, which was to recreate, with our own interpretation, a famous picture or painting.  We had 14 photos submitted.

Our first example is Rose's creation of an Elvis album cover (OK it was a CD cover but seems more appropriate for Elvis to call it an album cover)
© Rose Porfirio 2020 

Next is Sue's recreation of Edvard Munch's The Scream.  By all accounts appropriate after their hire car broke down.
 © Sue Power 2020

Julia's contribution was an interpretation of Monet's Charing Cross Bridge

© Julia Lloyd-Parks 2020

Next was a an interesting presentation on Skomer (Puffin) Island by Amanda Gregory.  A group trip made by a number of club members for a few days
 © Amanda Gregory 2020

 © Phil Selby 2020

© Amanda Gregory 2020 
© Amanda Gregory 2020

© Sue Power 2020



And then finally, we had a fascinating talk by Bob Bray, who for the last six months has been volunteering at Down Cemetery in Trowbridge to document the restoration of the cemetery.
© Bob Bray 2020

© Bob Bray 2020

© Bob Bray 2020


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