The Sound of Silence

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This serene image of St Mary’s Loch near Moffat was chosen by the Annandale Observer to feature in last week’s District Diary. This was taken by member Giselle Mclauchlan using a wide angle lens. Giselle took this for our Photos of the Month critique night when the subject was landscape or seascape.

Straight Out & Street – Photo of the Month

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Straight Out of the Camera and Street were our two classes for May’s Photo of the month competition. The first class Straight Out of the Camera meant just that, members submitting a jpeg image with absolutely no post processing. The second class Street was for a photo taken in the street (although more loosely interpreted …

Time For Change

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After a couple of failed attempts with the mantlepiece clock, I decided to give this setup a go using an old watch without a strap. It was shot on a sheet of black perspex with a black sheet as a backdrop to kill any reflections from the room. The watch is propped up with a …

Another Powfoot Sunset

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After a wee walk round Hoddom with John & Jenny looking for “Signs of Spring”, we decided to toddle down to Powfoot to see if we could catch a decent sunset. Although you get some amazing sunsets there, it’s not the most photogenic of places as it’s very difficult to find some foreground interest for …

Play of Light

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I was both pleased and surprised that my photo ‘Play of Light’ was chosen my members as the winner in the ‘Windows/Doors’ class of our february Photo of the Month competition and overall winner. Surprised as there were so many good entries and some of my favourites were in this class (but more about ‘windows’ …