Exmouth Photo Group gets ready for new exhibition

PUBLISHED: 16:42 25 February 2019

Overtaking. Picture: Sheila Haycox

Overtaking. Picture: Sheila Haycox

Sheila Haycox Photography

Don’t miss the club’s display of work at The Café in Topsham.

Hush. Picture: Peter HyettHush. Picture: Peter Hyett

During March we have an exhibition of prints by the photo group members displayed in The Café in Topsham.

The exhibition opens on March 1 and the photos will be on show all month. If you’re in Topsham then why not pop by and take a look.

All of our members have had the opportunity to display a selection of their work, some of which have been reprinted here.

Following the exhibition, we will have a second one at Exmouth Library during April, so if you miss the Topsham one then have a look at the next one instead.

Phancy Pheasant. Picture: David GroutPhancy Pheasant. Picture: David Grout

Exmouth Photo Group meets every Wednesday at Exmouth Community College, and new members are always welcome whatever their level of ability.

Visit the group’s website www.exmouthphotogroup.com for further details.

Lost in Thought. Picture: Carol HyettLost in Thought. Picture: Carol Hyett

Red Arrows Burst. Picture: Ian BatemanRed Arrows Burst. Picture: Ian Bateman

Dandylion. Picture: Elaine BatemanDandylion. Picture: Elaine Bateman

Wheel of Fortune. Picture: Judy GroutWheel of Fortune. Picture: Judy Grout

Dales Tree. Picture: John PerriamDales Tree. Picture: John Perriam

Upwardly Mobile. Picture: John WickettUpwardly Mobile. Picture: John Wickett

Bystock Woods in Autumn. Picture: David EvansBystock Woods in Autumn. Picture: David Evans

Power and Concentration. Picture: Mo MartinPower and Concentration. Picture: Mo Martin

The Stationmaster. Picture: Andy LockThe Stationmaster. Picture: Andy Lock

Topsham Quay. Picture: Maurice ChittockTopsham Quay. Picture: Maurice Chittock

The Mystery of Alchemy. Picture: Christine ChittockThe Mystery of Alchemy. Picture: Christine Chittock


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