The Watercress Line is preparing to welcome the record-breaking Flying Scotsman, the most famous steam locomotive in the world, for the first time this February.
Tickets are sold out but you may like to grab some photos of this iconic locomotive from a vantage point on the line.
“Where Land Meets Sea”
Saturday March 23rd 2019 From 10:00 to 16:00
We were wowed and enthused by Rachael’s talk. She is an excellent photographer, that goes without saying, but she is also a top class speaker, relaxed and in tune with her audience. Those who didn’t come to this event missed a chance to see some inspiring photography with plenty of useful tips.
Thank you Rachael.
Rachael’s website: https://www.rachaeltalibart.com
Steve has agreed to hold a full day seminar for us on
Saturday March 24th 2017 (10.00 to 4.00pm)
at St Luke’s Church rooms (Timothy room),
Headley Road, Grayshott, Surrey. GU26 6LF
Visitors are very welcome.
Steve is a best-selling author, freelance journalist, artist, illustrator and graphic designer, and is particularly famous for his photomontage work commissioned by newspapers and magazines around the world.
In his talk he will show us how to get the most out of technology and how to improve our photographic technique. The talk will be largely interactive and predominately using Photoshop. Steve is a very enthusiastic speaker and the subjects covered will include the use of Camera RAW, Content Aware, Puppet Warp, Perspective, Refine Edge, Blur, layers, 3D, and filters. Also some live photographs will be taken and ‘amended’.
Ticket price £17.50 (LPC members £15.50). To book a ticket please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note. Tea and coffee will be provided, food can be obtained in the village or bring a packed lunch.
Please see Steve’s website http://stevecaplin.com for more details.
25 November 2017
A group of members who live in Headley Down visited this new nature reserve this afternoon. Angela Jackson, the trust’s chairman, showed us round. The trust has done impressive work in the 11 months since it began, laying paths, clearing scrub and brambles, and planting wild flowers. They will be putting in benches and play areas to make it attractive to visitors, with wheelchair friendly paths.
We shall be visiting often to photograph progress.
Co-op members can now choose to support Headley Down Nature Reserve as their local project. Log on to the co-op website.
See their website for more information.
More photos here