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TV Times 8

TV Times 8

Windsor Castle

Firstly I feel I should express thanks for the life of H M Queen Elizabeth the second. A frequent resident of our Region her long reign has seen so many changes and throughout she has been a constant presence. In 1953 I was sitting on a stone wall in Ruthin (N. Wales) to witness the royal cavalcade as she processed through Wales. As a Welshman being a royalist does not come naturally but there is no doubt that Queen Elizabeth was an extraordinary woman. Below is a picture (courtesy Shutterstock) of her visit.

QEII Visit

The last month has been quiet for which my apologies. This was due to a combination of summer holidays (wasn’t that a hot one!), the new CRM system which has suffered some setbacks and the visit of my 5 year old grand-daughter from Australia who I hadn’t seen for nearly 4 years – my apologies again.

Coming Up

The new team that organise the events at Woosehill have been busy. Sadly Janice has left us as she became President of UPP, I would like to thank Janice for all the work she has put in, not only as Programme Sec for Woosehill, but also on our committee. I am delighted that Bryan Chinn and Chris Hynes have taken on the Programme secretary’s baton. They have been hard at work and the initial programme looks like this

16th October Slawek Staszczuk "Landscape Photography is Simple", which is non-technical and more conceptual, focused on fundamentals such as lighting, composition, and timing; in practice I spend most of the time talking about light.
"The Art of Seeing", A continuation of “Landscape Photography is Simple”. An exposition of some of the points only signalled in the other lecture, particularly composition, anticipation, and imagination.

Further ahead

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