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River Thamesfx 8

Supported Photo-walks


Here we show some of the opportunities for street photography in our Region. Please let Graham Wilson know of any others that you think might be of interest to Thames Valley Region members.

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CREDIT: Gareth Hughes LRPS
Burnham Beeches

Thames Valley is proposing to meet up at Burnham Beeches to capture the Autumn colours.

Meeting at 10am at the café address, Lord Mayor's Drive, Burnham, England SL2 3TE.
"Burnham Beeches Nature Reserve & Walks for All" is a site of international importance offering 220 hectares of open space, most notable for its ancient woodland. Lots of waymarked paths and visitor facilities including a cafe and information point. The idea is we meet up at the café, subject of course to weather, have a chat about possibilities and then head off either in a group or independently, to reconvene later at the café. Please contact Gareth Hughes at if you would like to join in and also meet other RPS TV people.

More information >
Christmas Lights Festival 900X600
CREDIT: Graham Wilson
Oxford Christmas Light Festival
Photograph local musicians, dancers, artists and performers

[In association with the RPS Documentary Group Thames Valley]

The annual Oxford Christmas Light Festival provides a great opportunity to capture low light portraits and street activity.

Information and booking >

Earlier this year ...

St Giles Fair Oxford GW 900X600
CREDIT: Graham Wilson
St Giles' Fair, Oxford
Big dipper, candy floss, and lots of prize teddy bears!

[In association with the RPS Documentary Group Thames Valley]

One of the major fairs in the country, St Giles' Fair dates back to 1625.

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