MORPETH CAMERA CLUB
I try to find a theme for the photos I choose for this column, and this time it is images that were well observed.
Durham City has been named as the North East's independent publishing hotspot, according to new rankings released by Amazon.
Reader Martin Mears shared some excellent photos with me. He took them with a compact camera.
Morpeth Camera Club
For over 150 years Northumberland mining communities have gathered annually to celebrate their industry, bonds, history and heritage.
If you go down to the pond today, you're sure of a BIG surprise!
I’ve said before that I am a big fan of wildlife photography.
David Walliams' Gangsta Granny is one of those shows that really does appeal to all ages - even little ones.
A good friend of mine, a talented photographer, was upset because a colleague had disparaged her work. It was poetic justice that shortly afterwards a top studio asked her to put on an exhibition.
A new body of work by a contemporary artist and an exhibition of previously unseen works, both based on the Pitmen Painters, form part of Woodhorn Museum's summer season.
Spring has finally arrived and Northumberland Camera Club is blooming marvellous.
This is a great time for wildlife photography.
A distinctive and patriotic monument in the heart of Alnwick, the Percy Tenantry Column, is perhaps better known by another, more unusual name.
We always see splendid black and white photos and this month was no exception, despite the club’s theme for April being all about colour.
An eight-week programme of events celebrating Northumberland is taking place this summer while millions of extra visitors are in the region for the Great Exhibition of the North.