Photography Exhibition 22nd – 23rd June

It’s our photography club’s exhibition on Saturday 22nd June and Sunday 23rd June, at the United Reform Church in Great Totham North. Chapel Road, CM9 8DA, 10am -5pm Saturday, 2pm – 5pm Sunday. I thought I’d post a preview of my photos here.

Roasties
Roasties

Fruit Salad
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Mackerel
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Tamarillo
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Exoric Fruit
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Bluebell
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Wisteria Around the Gate at Wickham Place Farm _ Painterly effect.
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Wisteria at Wickham Place Farm
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Paeony at Wickham Place Farm
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Courgettes
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The wisteria at Wickham Place Farm have been excellent this year and I was lucky enough to spend a day there with the camera.

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2 responses to “Photography Exhibition 22nd – 23rd June

  1. Hope you have a good day, I do recognise the custard apple and the chow vegetable love them both. brings back great memories as my parents grew them in our garden in Madeira.

    • I never got round to eating the chow vegetable but the oithers were delicious. I have geminated the Tamarillo seeds but I don’t know if they’ll come true. I tried germinating the custard apple seeds and whilst they germnated, they went very yellow. I suspect I might need to use ericaceous compost. I don’t know why I do these things – yet more stuff to cram into the greenhouse over winter. My lemon tree is covered in blossom.

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