POTW – Mandy Hull
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The club will be having an evening out at Salford Quays soon, so Mandy Hull gets us in the mood with her colourful shot.

POTW – Trevor Sidebotham
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A nice bit of Photo Journalism from Trevor and a reminder of the pleasures of being at sea!

POTW – Len Hudson
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This might be a good moment for Len’s fine montage of Lockdown Memories! Something to remind us of where we have been as we move forwards.

POTW – Mel Barnes
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Things are afoot at ADAPS as we have new heating, new electrics and now, covered in dust, we have Chris Harrison (in the background), Keith Richardson (pointing) and Mel Barnes (covered in grinding dust but taking a moment to shoot … Read More

POTW – Margaret Duckworth
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Picture of the Week can be many things, and this week a memory for Alan Duckworth, seen here about to take to the skies in his Tiger Moth! Members of ADAPS have many talents indeed!

POTW – Sue Riley
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ADAPS has many skilled photographers, who post images in various places. Sue’s extraordinary landscape has certainly hit the spot at ePHOTOzine, amassing 44 votes and an incredible 13 Awards.

POTW – Sue Shaw
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Mysterious ancient stones and a dark, brooding sky, a perfect candidate for the Picture of the Week!

POTW – Sue Riley
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This week we go over the sea to Skye, actually to the place where the Skye Ferry used to dock before the bridge was built. This picture was a huge success for Sue on ePHOTOzine and now is a success … Read More

POTW – Brian Hull
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The lazy warmth of evening makes Brian Hull our star photographer this week. Warmth is now a new normal at ADAPS as even the clubrooms have new heating. So we can bask in that in due course, but for this … Read More

POTW – John Chappell
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All lines in this image lead to the Sycamore tree, another fine shot by John Chappell.

POTW – John Riley
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Armed with a Nikon fish-eye lens, John explored the John Rylands Library in Deansgate, Manchester, to come up with this wide vista of ancient leather bound tomes. The library is happy to allow photography, but no tripods unless by special … Read More

POTW – Eddie Dudley
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A remote log cabin, mist rolling in across the trees, a sense of pure isolation…..We’re sure Eddie’s image evokes the feeling that this could be bliss. How long it would be bliss for before the call of the city demanded … Read More

POTW – Adrian Schofield
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Our “roving reporter” who prowls the world at night is Adrian, who never seems to sleep. Armed with his trusty Sony A7S he produces his unique views of the nightime world and well deserves this POTW for his untiring efforts.

POTW – Eddie Dudley
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A bit of flare adds a sparkle to Eddie Dudley’s image of Derwent Water, flare showing his flair for photography. Lens defects can be used to our advantage as well as being seen as a drawback, depending on the circumstances.

Commendation for Andy Butler!
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Andy Butler is to be congratulated on his superb image of a Wild Kestrel with Mouse, which has received a Commended award in the L&CPU Individual Competition 2021. A fantastic image and a well deserved commendation. Andy also did extremely … Read More

POTW – Anne Smith
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This week’s POTW is from Anne Smith, who has just been voted in as our new Secretary at the recent AGM. Congratulations Anne and hopefully this will be the first of a series of POTW entries from all our keen … Read More

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