Camera Club

PUBLISHED: 13:51 22 September 2006 | UPDATED: 19:48 01 June 2010

A WALK on the Wildside by Kevin and Margery Maskell from Bishop s Stortford was a presentation of prints (250 in total) to Wisbech and District Camera Club. Birds and wildlife from the Falkland Islands, the Everglades in America and the Carcas Islands

A 'WALK on the Wildside' by Kevin and Margery Maskell from Bishop's Stortford was a presentation of prints (250 in total) to Wisbech and District Camera Club. Birds and wildlife from the Falkland Islands, the Everglades in America and the Carcas Islands were all featured in the first half of the evening, with fungi, lichen, rock pools and tiny flowers in the second half. They were thanked by Mike Burns. Jim Hantage from Peterborough visited the club, bringing his laptop and digital projector to show several audio-visual sequences which he had combined from 500 images. He had also made a sequence to show how he uses the computer to put it all together. He was thanked by Roger Rawson. The winter programme had started the previous week with a bring and buy auction. Duncan Day was auctioneer/comedian.


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