November 2020 - Looking Up
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Everyone produced successful pictures on this topic. Just a few more after this.


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Morag chose this picture of an elegant weather vane on a garden shed in Perth. She entitled it "Swing Time" or " High Society"
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Sandra chose Morag's lines of masts on boats in Musselburgh Harbour. Morag had been pleased with the way the masts lined up.

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Neil was pleased with his "Tram Lines", which he had deliberately taken against the backdrop of the reflective windows of a shop, giving the picture an abstraxct feel.
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Sue also liked his "Toadstool". This picture was taken with a phone camera and was a difficult shot until Neil realised he could activate the camera by voice.

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Marthe was very inventive with her pictures. She herself chose this spider which she had inverted from its original
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Ann liked Marthe's directly upwards shot of a light fitting, which she thought could be taken upwards or downwards.

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Frances chose another inversion because of the detail in the grain of the wood.
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Both Ruth and Marjorie chose Ruth's Calton Hill. She took it when we were easing out of Lockdown and she had met a friend after a long time so it was a strong picture with strong memories.

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Joe liked Sandra's "Stone Face", the kind of picture he likes to take himself.
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Joe also admired her "Cloud of Birds", which was Sandra's own favourite. An interesting shot with the birds concentrated in the centre and not an easy one to take, keeping them contained within the picture.

             

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