This is the official blog where you'll find articles about our events.
A group of us, including 2 members of Suffolk IVC, visited Angelsey Abbey on a quiet weekday to enjoy the snowdrops, a few early flowering daffodils, tree blossom and other colouful plants.
We watched an interesting demonstraion on the workings of the floor mill and the plastic wisteria had some of us fooled for a while.
A good time was had by all.Edit Post
Another great set of entries for Decembers assignment "In the Dark of the Night" attracted a good turn out and lively debate at club night last night. Some more "photo first timers" and returning prospective new members as well.
A couple of entries were thought to be a bit off topic (more twilight than dark) and most still seemed to be taken using "Auto" setting of the camera - with visible impact on the photos but there were lots of the great shots and some surprises!
Voting was fairly close but 1 shot just pipped the others at the post
Sue's "Stamford - George Hotel and River Weland"
Close behind in joint second place were:
Tony's "Cross the Line by the Bridge"
and Nick's "Bridge Street St Ives"
The later was taken at the IVC photographic workshop late November which featured in several other entries.
January's theme, set by Alan, is People Watching - Observing people in normal day to day activities capturing those candid moments. Join us and enter.
First let's start with the morning after the night before....
Always a sign of a good party when you don't know where to start with the clearing up!
It certainly was a journey of style and elegance with a great opportunity to catch up with friends from IVC social club, neighbours and my dance club. Thank you to all for making by birthday celebration so much fun!
...and we had fireworks and music too. Thankfully nobody was murdered on this Orient Express journey!