Dave and Angie Tucker visited the Desborough And Rothwell Photographic Society on Friday 21st April to present their talk "Pictures Wot I Like". Both are very successful photographers, with many national and international exhibition acceptances and awards, resulting in an impressive list of distinction letters after their names. Working museums such as the Black Country Museum, Beamish, Blists Hill and Crich Tram Museum featured prominently in their selected images, capturing the characters who dress up in period costume to create photographs with a story. Many images were composites, with a background from one location and people such as The Ragged Victorians skilfully added to create a new image. However, although much of their exhibition success comes from this type of work, the theme of the talk was picked up by the showing of images which would possibly not do so well in exhibitions but which were personal favourites, and included landscapes, wildlife, motor sport, horse trials and greyhound racing. Chairman Paul Nickerson thanked Dave and Angie for a very entertaining evening of successful photography.