Tis the Season

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    Tis the Season

    The theme from now until after Christmas is going to be to show what your part of the world is like at this time of the year, whether it be a celebration time for you or not, it can be what is happening in your home to prepare for the holidays, in the wider community and how they celebrate (or not). The scope of this theme which will last until 2012 should mean we only get new images as there is no excuse for not having something to contribute. It should also give a little challenge yo your photography with having to manage lighting, dark scenes and bright scenes if you have snow for Christmas.

    So have fun and share with all our members a little of your world - I expect this theme to be the biggest ever.


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    Always a fun theme, happy holidays everyone*
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    is at the heart of the pre-Christmas build up

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    And this is the first batch...




    Mmmm....
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    Tis the season.....for 'forcing' bulbs indoors.



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