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The Annual General meeting was held on Tuesday 22nd March and the new committee is;
Chairperson Daryn Ritchie
Vice-Chairperson Michael Barron
Treasurer Anne Christie
Club Secretary Maggie Jary
Competition Secretary Colin Smurthwaite
Speaker Secretary Michael Barron
Ordinary members: John Tully, Clive McGuinness,
Bob Craig, Annie Watt, Allan Brown.
Webmaster, Allan Rogers
NEW COMMITTEE ELECTED
When the first of the regular monthly 'Evening Shoots' got under way there was a little bit of confusion over the starting time.
This resulted in some members going off at 6.30pm to visit a beautiful bluebell wood.
(The day for the visit could hardly have been better as the bluebells were just coming into flower.
It also became a nature ramble and signs of badger activity, otter tracks and various wildflowers were seen.)
An hour later a further group of members left the club house to go skipping over the sands and rocks as they captured images at Spital beach..
The next evening shoot will be on Tuesday 7th June at 6.30pm, departing from outside East Ord Village Hall.
Tuesday 3rd May
Margaret catches The Train
This powerful picture by club member Margaret Johnson featured as 'Photographer's Choice' in the Berwick Advertiser.
Margaret captured this shot of the Flying Scotsman as it passed near Scremerston with Lindisfarne and Bamburgh in the background
Tuesday Evening Shoot 7th June 2016
Eight members of the club enjoyed a boat trip on the river. The voyage gave them a chance to view Berwick from a different perspective and took them from beyond the castle out to the lighthouse. There was plenty of action for their cameras with the rowing club craft scooting by, swans labouring to take off and a friendly seal popping up for a look. Five other members met at the clubhouse and travelled out to take pictures near near Marykirk
Front row from left to right::
Clive McGuinness, Maurice McNeely, Terry Gill,
back row from left to right:
There was a good turnout for the monthly evening shoot and a cavecade of cars transported members of the club to Ayton Castle. They arrived just in time to catch the last rays of the setting sun lighting up the turrets of the 19th Century building. The walk through the trees above the river proved a bit muddy under foot but offered some atmospheric pictures.
Tuesday Evening 5th July 2016