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Central London Group July 2018 Meeting

The theme for the July meeting was Fitzrovia – that part of London between Bloomsbury and Marylebone. A diverse area famous for pubs and the Post Office Tower (yes we all still think of it as that) which has rich pickings for photographers. Most of us walked around the area – some with greater degrees […]

Central London Group June 2018 Meeting

‘Still life’ may have seemed like a rather conservative choice of theme for this session but thirteen of us proved that very wrong. Sure, decaying white and red roses were sadly beautiful, prompting a voicing of Blake’s ‘Sick Rose’, and there were oranges in traditional manner but the words ‘still life’ also brought a set […]

Central London Group May 2018 Meeting

The theme announced for this session was Amnesia, suggested with two things in mind: communal or political amnesia and the possibility that sometimes taking the photo wipes out all other detail of an experience. In the event most of us chose instead to concentrate on personal memory loss. For some the fading memory of forbears […]

Central London April Meeting

Last month’s theme of Decay brought forward a veritable plethora of ruined shacks, peeling paint, rusting industrial relics and withered flowers of all hues! Decay as a process was a recurring theme – whether as various stages in the life of cut flowers, rotten fruit depicted in the rich hues of an old master painting, […]

Central London March Meeting

The subject for the March meeting was “margin” and there was a good turnout of members with everyone interpreting the theme in a slightly different way. This made for a lively and stimulating evening. Amongst the images shown, margins were literal, such as the edge of a chair, topographical as in the shore line and […]