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Irene liked Ruth's paragliding shot because it gave a sense of the wind. She liked the fact that you could see the scenery behind.
Ruth chose her shot of the smallest shop on Islay, which tells the story of fund-raising by a school on the island.
Athol liked Sue's robin in the corner of her shot here, framed with the green leaves.
Sue herself liked her rose for the pattern in its centre.
Sandra and Sonia admired Sandra's last rhododendron flower, with its drops of water.
Sonia chose Sandra's "Umbrellas in a Toy Shop".She liked the umbrellas decreasing in size in a diagonal line, with the horizontal line of boxes etc below.
Mary liked Sonia's toadstools taken in a wood near Castle Douglas. She liked their unusual shade of red and the fact that they were very shiny.
Morag from the Thursday group chose the red bridge in Threave Gardens with the greenery framing the shot and the figure with a red rucksack in the distance.
Sonia was pleased with her lady in a red dress, taken in the Japanese Gardens, near Dollar. She thought the stream led the eye up to the central figure.