Every year in September our photographic club, the Adderbury Deddington and District Photographic Society holds its annual photographic exhibition. Usually this is a display of work from the last year. Now, our club is non-competitive. That means that, unlike many clubs, there are no competitions or judging of photos in the normal course of business….
Kudu bulls drinking at a waterhole in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. from my photo archives.
Autumn roses and autumn colours
It’s autumn and the leaves are turning to yellow and gold. We took a walk in a London garden and found these beautiful autumn flowers.
A monochrome orchid. Sometimes even pretty coloured flowers look good in black and white.
With the crazy climate change weather, this little patch of grass soon tells us it is spring.
Just one tree. In a field on a farm. And it makes an interesting black and white composition, with its twisted branches rising into a cloudy sky.
No snow. No winter photos. But we have to keep on shooting.
Party photos can be a challenge, especially at a birthday party, and especially whien they are outside your photographic comfort zone.
A great way to chill out on a sunny winter Saturday – with a camera at the lake down the road.
Sunrise photos are hard work, but always rewarding (in the end).
Being ready with the camera allowed me to grab these shots of a rainbow, which formed and went quickly in the tail of Hurricane Gonzalo in the UK.