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Archive for February, 2008

Welcome To Weston Photographics

Welcome to Weston Photographics blog. This is a supplement to our main website that you can find at Weston Photographics. You can find the link on the right hand side of the screen.
Although we will still do our business through our main site we want to use this blog to update you on what we are currently up to with regard to photography.
We might also from time to time put articles and links on here to pieces of software that we think might be useful, events that might be of interest and new pieces of photographic equipment that catches our eye.
We will also put a few of our photos on here and maybe a short video or two.
We hope to keep the blog interesting so that you will want to come back and check up to see what we are doing.

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A Day At Kew

Well, as promised, we went to Kew Gardens on Saturday. And what a lovely day it was as well.
Bright and sunny, great for photography, and warm as well. It was apparently 63F (17c) At Kew on Saturday. Spring has definitely sprung!
We arrived around 10.15 and made our way to the cafe first to have a hot drink and some lovely lemon drizzle cake! (more…)

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No Orchid Festival

Every year, around the end of February or beginning of March, we go along to Kew Gardens to take photos at the annual Orchid Festival.
This year however it isn’t being held due to a Henry Moore exhibition.
Having said that they are having a year long display of orchids in the Princess of Wales conservatory. I’m sure we will go along to see them and at the same time it will just about be the right time to see all the snowdrops coming out, along with other spring bulbs.
We will of course be taking loads of photos and I’m sure some of them will find their way on to our website. The link to our site is on the right of the page.
If any of you happen to be in the London area it might be worth having a look at Kew Gardens. As well as long walks there is plenty of wildlife, nice views, the River Thames and places to eat and drink as well as well stocked shops full of good things to do with Kew and plants in general.
Allow yourself plenty of time though as it can take a good few hours to walk around there.
You can find out more about Kew by clicking on the link on the right of the page.

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