It’s not all landscapes in Northumberland Camera Club. One of the delightful things about it is the variety of images, from still life to wildlife.
The textures and patterns of a weather-worn stamp dispenser in Berwick caught David Tanner’s eye.
Quite different from that, the pristine dining room of HMY Britannia was captured by Claire Wallace-Watson.
A boat on the beach made great lead-in lines for Darren Chapman’s photo.
And Kevin Murray showed his perfect timing with a leaping red squirrel.
Lobsters were on the menu for David Jenkins when he visited Seahouses, and Chris Cockburn created a candle-lit still life.
New members are joining us all the time and posting super images.
The bikers at the Lindisfarne Festival were pictured by new member Japhet Be.
Dave Henderson, a regular who has been with us since the beginning, entitled his image Blowing in the Wind.
As you can see from Dave’s image, autumn is on the way, although I am not sure that we really had a summer. Next week, some handy hints for autumnal photography.
Everyone is welcome to join Northumberland Camera Club.
Post images to http://bit.ly/PicNland and tag them #PicNorthumberland, giving some background about your inspiration.
You can also email photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org using the same tag.