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Civil War Re-Enactment, Thirlstane Castle, Lauder

I hope this news update finds you well. As traditionally happens during the summer, all thoughts of camera club seem to be far from the front of members' minds. There are so many other things to do at this time of year, and it is why clubs typically have a long summer break. We have tried to arrange summer outings in the past, but these have been less and less well attended. The exception is the Isle of May trip what has been popular over the last two summers, and was a again a great day out this year. However, at the end of last season we spoke about a group attending a Civil War Re-Enactment in which our own Lindsay Cameron will be participating. It is a fair drive down to Lauder in th

News Update, Isle of May Outing

I hope everyone is having a productive and enjoyable summer, despite the changeable weather. It's been great to keep up to date with many of your photos on the facebook chatroom - there can't be many jays and woodpeckers left in the North East that haven't featured! Firstly, some rather terrible news. Ken alerted me to the unfortunate passing of Simon Harbord this week. Simon visited the club last season and gave a brilliant demonstration of Wet Plate Collodion photography - I think those that were there that night all agreed that it was one of the most entertaining club nights we've ever had. Simon was a terrific guy, and so enthusiastic about his traditional photography techniques, as

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