Northumberland Camera Club
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.