There was a wide range of engineering subjects and a lot of ingenuity had been used to find suitable shots.
Both of Les's pictures are of chains. Frances chose this one, saying there was every shade from dark to white and the picture was pin sharp
Les chose this one for the colours - the rich colour of the metal against the grey-green wall.
Marjorie chose her picture of planes taken in the museum. She felt the planes seemed to be flying towards her.
Irene chose Marjorie's picture of the Discovery Ship with the V&A at Dundee in the background.
Marthe chose this from her own shots. She thought it gave a real impression of the size of the Citycat with the city in the background. The Citycat is a high powered catamaran which zig zags across the River Brisbane as a water taxi, top speed 25 knots.
Martin chose Marthe's picture of the Brisbane Eye which he thought very effective, taken at that angle.
Sonia chose Martin's picture of a kitchen implement for removing stones from cherries. She thought it was a clean picture, pretty well monochrome, with the light falling on the object from the right giving an interesting effect
Martin chose his picture of the inside of a computer, which was colourful and all in focus.
Morag chose her own picture of an agricultural machine. She liked the horses.
Sandra chose "A sunny day at Melrose" for the patterns of the shadows.