Four members of the Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society provided the entertainment at its meeting on Friday 24th November. An evening of audio-visual presentations (photographs with music) began with two from Dorothy Rudkin. The first featured beach huts at Lowestoft, and this was followed by the story of a horsechestnut tree at Summerleyton Hall. Steve Rappitt illustrated the background to William Morris’ popular designs with photographs of Kelmscott Manor, and then looked back at his own history by showing scans of some slides that he entered in club competitions between 1979 and 2006. After the break Trevor Rudkin showed sequences covering The Lake District, the National Memorial Arboretum, modern dancers at Studio 4 in Nottingham, Edinburgh and Al Fresco Arts in Market Harborough. The evening concluded with Philip Gott’s two presentations on Cornwall, his new county of residence. Chairman Paul Nickerson thanked all the participants for a very interesting and entertaining evening.
The 2017 season ends with a Christmas Social on Friday 8th December.
The Society resumes meetings next year on Friday 5th January 2018