Friday 2nd July 2021
Especially ordered good weather allowed the lions share of the Penryn Camera Club to romp around the Great Flat load (so named because the tin-bearing rock was an unusually shallow gradient around 10 degrees) on a planned shoot. We had a mining expert and printed notes to swell our knowledge of the area. Our photography experts shepherded us towards the best shots. A local Scout group was using the location for their ceremonies providing human interest against the ancient granite backgrounds.
Our fun competition this week was open allowing a plethora of great images - so good in fact we had FIVE images in joint second. Victor Tulin took the podium with a great abstract image “Evening ripples”. I guess the remaining nine images can claim equal third? You can see all the images on our Facebook page Facebook.com/PenrynCC/.
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