Yesterday I attended a meeting of the King’s Lynn Photography Club. They had a chap up from London to give a presentation about conventional and unconventional photography which was quite good. It was excessively hot in the room where this meeting took place, and I had come straight from a tough day at work. Because of this I left at the end of the presentation.
I was very glad to get out into the cool of the evening, and had a late supper outside. I managed to grab a good picture which shows that is not only flags that fly from flagsticks.
After an organising meeting at Raynham Hall for the Great Centenary Auction this morning it was back to James and Sons for another days work. My work images from the last two days are of cigarette card lots, of which some are worth showing. Owing to the sheer number of cards in each lot I generally select one card from each set contained within the lot and make an image of all the cards I have chosen. Facebook and twitter continue to make progress, and we are beginning to get more stuff.
Now for the images…