Morpeth Camera Club
I’m not usually grumpy, but sometimes seemingly unimportant things grate; others are far more significant.
Photographing architecture is a challenge.
I’m not afraid of the dark. As I was growing up, I used to take my dog for a walk at night through the woods and marshland paths near my home.
I don’t watch much television, but there are some programmes I sometimes catch that promote photography.
I often harp on about how unnecessary so-called full frame cameras are and how I would never buy one.
One of my many highlights of the week is looking through the images people have uploaded to the Northumberland Camera Club Facebook Group and choosing some for this week’s paper.
Your photographs are valuable. Like anything of worth, they are subject to theft.
Photography is often a solitary pursuit.
A much-respected photo journalist will be the guest at a special open night being held by Morpeth Camera club.
I like St Valentine’s Day. Being a bit of a ‘romantic, arty-farty hippy’, as a friend described me, the idea of spreading love appeals.
With half-term on the horizon, attractions across Northumberland are getting ready for a week of activities.
It has to be snow pictures featured this week, doesn’t it?