WELCOME to another edition of the camera club.

This week, we pay tribute to the many virtual storytellers who took the time to go out and explore their neighborhoods and share images.

Over the past few months, we’ve been fortunate enough to share a wide array of images – from postcard images of beloved landmarks to images of timeshare with our beloved pets and wildlife.

These images are inspired by the desire to capture a moment in time, but they serve far more than an annual social media reminder.

In fact, these images document history, a time and place and what was important enough for people living in 2021 to save for prosperity.

It’s been a tough few years, whether it’s because of divisions in a society that is always on the move, because of high food and fuel prices at a time when people may struggle to protect the pound in their pocket, or because cause of the pandemic.

Yet people continue to find the time to seek out and explore their regions and share the gems with those who cannot enjoy the same freedom.

The spirit of sharing among the members of our camera club is evident to all – its members want to share their environment with the world.

Whether it’s an RAF cargo plane tilting dramatically over the region or a beautiful rose in bloom, our club snappers are always ready.


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