Monthly Photograph collection.

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    Here are a few of the images the Photography groups featured this month.

    Mike Mansfield
    GARDEN CENTRE PHOTOSHOOT
    [img]http://pembrokeshireu3a.org.uk/wp-content/gallery/photography/butterfly.JPG[/img]
    BUTTERFLY: Canon EOS 70D with 100 mm Macro lens. 1/125 sec @f8 with ISO 160

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    CHERUB: Canon EOS 70D with 100 mm Macro lens. 1/160 sec @f8 with ISO 160

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    HAVERFORDWEST NEW BRIDGE: Canon Ixus 55. 1/500 sec. @f2.8. No ISO data available. Taken for a Photography Group Project on water.

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    ZEBRA: Canon EOS 60D 1/2500 sec @f8 with ISO 640. 100 – 400 telephoto lens set at 400mm. Taken during a safari in Masai Mara in Kenya.

    Geoff Winterman
    Taken during visit to the National Botanical Garden of Wales
    [img]http://pembrokeshireu3a.org.uk/wp-content/gallery/photography/XEO22057.JPG[/img]
    FLOWER: Fuji X-E2 1/1200 sec @ f2.8 with ISO 640. 60mm marco lens.

    Taken during visit to the National Botanical Garden of Wales
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    STATUE & THE GREAT GLASSHOUSE: Fuji X-T10 1/400 sec @ f13 with ISO 400. 18mm – 55mm zoom lens set at 18mm.

    STREET PHOTOGRAPHY – focus on faces!
    [img]http://pembrokeshireu3a.org.uk/wp-content/gallery/photography/XT102140.JPG[/img]
    WAYBOURNE STATION (Norfolk) 40's WEEK: fIJI x-t10 1/40 SEC @ F5.0 with ISO 200. 18mm-55mm zoom lens set at 34mm. Couple with lady's smile. Image cropped.

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    WAYBOURNE STATION (Norfolk) 40's WEEK: fIJI x-t10 1/420 SEC @ F7.10 with ISO 400. 18mm-55mm zoom lens set at 55mm. Couple with lady's smile. Image cropped.

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