Photographers snap at chance to go on trip to Bristol
Michael Ginsberg - Sidmouth Photo Club
- Credit: Jane Baker
A new season approaches for the Sidmouth Photo Club, which has been in Sidmouth since 1936. They have been busier than ever over the lockdowns and now look forward to returning to in-person meetings at All Saints’ Church Hall for a new season in September.
Chairperson Harri Morris LRPS said: “We have a full programme already underway and there is no better time for anyone with an interest in photography to join the Club especially as the fees have been capped at the same rate as last year and are only due in September.”
Two further events have recently followed the successful Teignmouth trip in June and some of the new images are featured on these pages. The first was a full day in Bristol, starting at the Millennium Square and following around the harbour, punctuated by welcome stops for lunch and coffee and culminating at a lively restaurant for supper before heading back to Sidmouth with memory cards and tummies full.
Perhaps just as memorable was an evening excursion to photograph in the beautiful nature reserve at Bystock Pools in Exmouth. No sooner had the cameras come out then the heavens opened and proceedings were brought to an early and rather damp conclusion. A great venue for another day and no damage done but it did allow members to be home in time for the England semi-final proving beyond doubt that every cloud has a silver lining.
Further information about membership can be found at www.sidmouthphotoclub.co.uk