Mearns Camera Club Image Gallery

Exhibiting Images from Mearns Photographers

Last additions - Steve Coles
Duke.jpg
Duke349 viewsSteve ColesApr 19, 2021
Baron.jpg
270 viewsSteve ColesDec 02, 2020
TreeHuggers.jpg
282 viewsSteve ColesOct 12, 2020
More.jpg
266 viewsSteve ColesOct 12, 2020
CryingShame.jpg
Crying Shame372 viewsStrelitzia (Bird of Paradise) flower spotted in a park and taken with phone.Steve ColesJan 08, 2019
IWantToBreakFree.jpg
I Want to Break Free747 viewsSpotted and taken with phone - the climb down and back up to the hill fort to get my DSLR would have killed me!Steve ColesJan 08, 2019
MIG_Mouth.jpg
391 viewsSteve ColesSep 12, 2018
But_n_Ben.jpg
376 viewsSteve ColesSep 12, 2018
Tromso.jpg
588 viewsSteve ColesFeb 05, 2018
Rig_Transit_Gloria.jpg
7524 viewsSteve ColesFeb 05, 2018
Autumn20Leaves.jpg
Autumn538 viewsSteve ColesNov 28, 2017
Wood.jpg
Can't See the Wood490 viewsSteve ColesNov 28, 2017
BehindYou.jpg
He's Behind You!483 viewsFrom one of the 2016 photography evenings.Steve ColesOct 10, 2017
Farewell20Funchal.jpg
Farewell Funchal511 viewsSteve ColesOct 10, 2017
Discovery.jpg
Discovery432 viewsSteve ColesOct 10, 2017
Eclipse21082017.jpg
Pinhole Eclipse741 viewsThe 21/8/17 solar eclipse taken at 37,000 ft with a pinhole camera (the lens was a hole in my boarding card, made with a staple from a flight magazine, projected onto my iPad cover and then photographed with an iPhone). Not the most impressive eclipse picture but it presented an interesting challenge!1 commentsSteve ColesAug 23, 2017
Over20The20Moon.jpg
Our the Moon449 viewsNot a planned shot - just noticed the hang glider and fired.Steve ColesMay 23, 2017
Rainbow.jpg
Rainbow477 viewsWell, that's what it is!Steve ColesMay 23, 2017
ImWatchingYou.jpg
I'm Watching You!410 viewsSteve ColesMay 23, 2017
Horse20Fodder.jpg
Hay Ho!524 viewsSteve ColesSep 06, 2016
Night20Light.jpg
Night Light468 viewsSteve ColesSep 06, 2016
Kim.jpg
Kim509 viewsSteve ColesSep 13, 2015
Eclipse200315.jpg
20/3/15 Eclipse from Laurencekirk502 viewsTitle says it all, really. Not a spectacular picture artistically (nor technically, either) - more of a record shot.Steve ColesMar 20, 2015
 
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