March/April 1998                             112
Because
I know man,
I love animals.
Bengt Berg,
Swedish author
and ornithologist
 
 
 

Shadows on the Sand

 
THIS ISSUE
* Courtesy - A Forgotten Value?
* I.o.S. Environmental Trust 
* Museum News
* Scilly Docs
* What's On (see SoL diary)
* Flowering Scilly
* Revelations of a relaxed Birder
* Radiant December Bride
* Bird Watch
* 1998 Pantomime
* A Step across the Water
* More Space for Health
* Pick up a Penguin
* Notes From Trenoweth
* Goldini and the Drama Group
* Village Shop Rate Relief
* Letters to the Editor
 
To be in the right place at the right time can contribute a lot towards the fame of a photographer. If he is quick enough to catch a situation, if he has the feeling for a well balanced composition, he will be able in almost any location to spot worthy images. Ever since the invention of photography, professionals and amateurs have used it as a creative art form. Even in a place as small as our islands, the attentive observer can find something not yet captured in a picture. 
 
 
 
 



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