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Members of the Haddenham U3A Photography group visited the College Lakes Nature Reserve near Tring last week. They had a fun day getting to grips with their cameras in these very pleasant surroundings. Oh that modern technology!

The group took a vast number of pictures in an effort to find that perfect shot. They will be sharing the results and thoughts on lessons learned soon.

Group members have no professional or academic qualifications in photography. The Group's aim, in common with the aims of U3A overall, is to learn from each other through hands-on practical and enjoyable experiences.

Images of local wildlife (and we don't mean the humans!) are some of those captured by Carol Mason, during the day.

For further information about the U3A Digital Photography Group, contact Bernard Warner, email: bernard.warner@hotmail.co.uk

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