Friday, 7 January 2022

MEETING 06.01.22

After being Covid-careful over Christmas, the Club decided to revert to Zoom meetings for a while until there are more encouraging signs that social mixing is safe.   So the first thing on the Zoom agenda was a journey via images from a shoot last Summer which took four members around (1) the older part of central Bristol with its intriguing mix of beautiful architecture, graffiti and youthful activities; (2) the harbourside with its striking graphic shapes of cranes and plenty of boats; (3) and the newer Millenium Square area, a great space for nighttime fun.  Plus Clifton Suspension Bridge for good measure!  A small selection is shown below.


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© Images 2021: Mike Hayter 1, 2, 10, 11; David Sage 3, 5, 6, 8; Julia Lloyd-Parks 4, 9;  Danny Wootton 7, 12 

The second part of the evening brought us up to December 2021 with a review of members' images taken as the variable weather allowed.  Plus a reminder about our good fortune in having clean water in this country.

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© Images 2021: Ruth Baldwin 1; Amanda Gregory 2; Roger Parry 3; Ros Vickers 4; Sue Power 5; Pete Evans 6

The meeting closed after a reminder about starting preparation for the Club's annual exhibition (May 1 & 2, 2022)

Next meeting: 
Zoom presentation by James Rushforth on Exploring the Italian Dolomites and Iceland