Stafford will be giving us a talk on Berlin. Stafford says:
I first visited Berlin in 1976 at the height of the Cold War and when the city was divided by a wall, many buildings were war damaged shells with little future hope. The dividing wall contained a wide desolate death strip patrolled by guards under instructions to shoot to kill, dogs, razor wire, trenches etc. In 1989, along with the collapse of the Soviet Union, the wall came down. Since then the city has been totally rebuilt with imposing new buildings. The purpose of my visit in 2013 was to see how the city has changed in the last 37 years and since re-unification.
The next competition has an open theme. It is a printed image competition.
Specific Rules for the competition can be found here and the general rules here.
Please remember to stick to the rules!!
Please remember to get your prints in early as Mark has to log them on to the computer BEFORE the competition.
Good luck everyone!
We are constantly looking for new competition themes to extend our range of subjects.
If you have any ideas for new themes, please contact Mark Fitz-Gibbon with your suggestions.
Also, if you have anything you would like to be covered on Club Nights, please contact Bob Coote with your ideas. Let him know if this is something you know about and are prepared to share with the club, or if it is something you are interested in and are looking for guidance from the club.