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Monday, October 24, 2011

Week of 23 October 2011

London Photo Festival

Busy this week getting ready for the London Photo Festival
where I'll be exhibiting two photos along with approximately 30 London artists.
As I get more serious about my photography, events such as this
exhibit offer an opportunity to expand my knowledge 
on the subject and meet new people with similar interests.

If you are in London later this week and have an interest in photography
join me at the 
London Photo Festival
28-29 October 2011
10 am - 7 pm
The Crypt
Boroughs High Street
The Inaugural London Photo Festival is complete
and was a great success.  This was my first foray participating
in a photo exhibit in London.  The venue at The Crypt
worked out wonderfully.  The Private Viewing on Thursday night
was well attended and there was a steady flow of visitors
during the open exhibit.
Thanks to all my friends for your support this week!
A congrats goes out to my friend and fellow exhibitor Nicola Albon.  
Nicola won 1st Runner Up to Best in Show.
My contributions to the exhibit included wildlife and people
from my Africa/Safari Collection.  Enjoy!


  1. That's great, Cheryl! Wish I could be there. Have fun!

  2. Well done Cheryl... I would have loved to have visited (family life won out).

    I would love to try one of these some time, if I can gain a little confidence in my work.

  3. Nice shots, Cheryl - I love the leopard especially! Great "pose" and expression. And congrats on your first London showing.

  4. Thanks guys.
    Bill - your work is great. you just have to take the leap and try an exhibit. It's a good experience and helps you look at your photos and portfolio in a different light.
    Mike - while Kenya offered many great images, the leopard was definitely special. We were so lucky to see this majestic leopard (and two others) in the wild.