Mercury picture showcase - Bleadon Camera Club

PUBLISHED: 10:58 22 January 2012

"Fast action on the water. It's fun trying to catch the movement of the kite surfer and the waves." Carol Wilson

Carol Ann Wilson

KITE-SURFING, Weston's beloved donkeys and some stunning natural beauty are all featured in this week's Mercury Photo Showcase.

This week it is the turn of Bleadon Photographic Club to wow us with some of its members’ most skilled pictures.

However, we want to see YOUR pictures too: Email photos (with your name and details of the picture subject) to 
newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk

Bleadon Photographic Club is a a relatively new group, whose interest in all aspects and techniques of photography will appeal to anyone wishing to improve and enjoy their photographic skills.

Members are actively encouraged to try out the club’s full programme and contribute their knowledge and expertise, so that all members can benefit.

You can see some fine examples of group members’ work by clicking the link on the top right-hand side of this page.

The club meets from September to May in the Coronation Hall, Coronation Road in Bleadon - BS24 0PS for those with satnavs. Meetings are on Tuesday evenings, with the exception of the third Tuesday in each month, at 7.30pm.

The group is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Western Counties Photographic Federation.

You will find Bleadon a friendly group, - head along and see what they do, as new members are very welcome.

n For more details, visit www.bleadonphotographicgroup.moonfruit.com or contact chairman Carol Wilson 
01934 628070.

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