A rhapsody in blue across the county
Bluebell season in Shropshire has been spectacular this year, with the county covered in carpets of blue.
Would you like us to visit your group and show you our beautiful photographs of Shropshire?
Our entertaining and informative presentations cover the whole of the county, ranging from towns, villages and landscapes to history, traditions and folklore.
Sessions last for around an hour, with plenty of time available for questions, and we can provide our own large screen and projector.
A big thank you. All the members very much enjoyed looking at the amazing photos of Shropshire . . . such talent.
Bishop's Castle WI
The structure of the presentation working through the seasons was ideal. It was good to see a number of images that had been taken from the same place at different times of the year to give different perspectives. It was a very inspiring presentation.
Newport Photographic Club
It was such a good evening, we were all very inspired to take better photos now.
Chapel Lawn WI
We enjoyed your talk including the snippets of history. Thought we knew our wonderful county but need to explore even more. Your photographs are all stunning as always.
Ludlow Photographic Club
Thank you for a wonderful talk, everyone had a great evening and we would recommend your talk to any other WI.
Neen Savage WI
Thank you for coming to our group and showing us your beautiful photos. A really enjoyable evening.
Ludlow Parish Wives
A path along the ramparts on Caer Caradoc, with the Lawley and the Wrekin amid the mist.
Roe deer on Burrow Hill, near Craven Arms, Shropshire.
The demolition of Ironbridge Power Station cooling towers, seen from the Wrekin, Shropshire.
The May Queen and Green Man at the Clun Green Man Festival, Shropshire.
Autumn on the Llangollen Canal at Blakemere, north Shropshire.
Ludlow Castle amid a layer of hoar frost, Shropshire