Stephen been a busy Bee planning the annual Road Trip from 7pm at Little Brickhill village hall tomorrow Thursday evening. Come and see where he's been and find the Bee, maybee wasp? have a great evening honing your photographic skills in some new locations with new friends!
Starting at the Little Brickhill Village Hall Carpark, we will form teams in cars stopping to take different types of photographs at several locations, ending up at a pub - the location of which will be clear if you can work out the clues! Bring cameras and other gear or just Smart phones.
Meetup address :-
Little Brickhill Village Hall, Watling Street, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
The exhibition went really well and from an analysis of the preference slips which we handed out to almost all who attended, the following results were worked out:-
With 154 points, the most popular print was "The Kite That Thinks It's An Osprey" by Neil Schofield. Second with 52 points was "View From The Old Man" by David Cromack. Third with 48 points was "Beached" by Jean-Paul Srivalsan. Fourth with 40 points was "Kirkufell" by David Cromack and fifth equal with were "Tanzanian Leopard" by Emily Cosby and "Rannamere Dawn" by David Cromack.
Congratulations to the above but also to everyone who submitted prints. All the prints were highly regarded by visitors and the visitors' book is full of very complementary comments.
David Phillips deserves a special mention since one of his prints "Morning Over Olney" was sold.
Thank you to everyone who helped with the set-up and taking down of the exhibition and to all who helped with the exhibition and who looked pictures in the family portrait studio.