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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Barry - that's one of my favourite places - I've often spent the night at Waylands Smithy - would like to see how your pics turned out - I've never really got any successful pics of the area - I think it's all too "big" to capture on film.

    I'm off to the exhibition this weekend - any tips for where to stay overnight? Is Banbury a nice place?
    Leon, it must be pretty spooky at Wayland's Smithy over night. Was anything going on or was it a lone vigil?

    I'll post a print of a shot of The Manger. I've only scanned it so far but it looks like it might make a nice print. I'll hopefully get round to printing it next week.

    I don't know Banbury at all well. The Museum's right on the canal and the whole area has been nicely re-developed. You're actually some way from the town centre. I understand that the centre's quite oldie-worldy and quite attractive so you'll probably find somewhere to stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwakel View Post
    Leon, it must be pretty spooky at Wayland's Smithy over night. Was anything going on or was it a lone vigil?

    I'll post a print of a shot of The Manger. I've only scanned it so far but it looks like it might make a nice print. I'll hopefully get round to printing it next week.

    I don't know Banbury at all well. The Museum's right on the canal and the whole area has been nicely re-developed. You're actually some way from the town centre. I understand that the centre's quite oldie-worldy and quite attractive so you'll probably find somewhere to stay.

    Barry
    The town centre is but a short walk through the shopping centre from the museum, and from what I saw, quite photogenic.
    Regards Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Barry - that's one of my favourite places - I've often spent the night at Waylands Smithy - would like to see how your pics turned out - I've never really got any successful pics of the area - I think it's all too "big" to capture on film.

    I'm off to the exhibition this weekend - any tips for where to stay overnight? Is Banbury a nice place?
    I don't know it well enough to be able to recommend a hotel, but if it helps the tourist information centre is by the museum and I've alway found them good for sorting out accommodation.
    Regards Dave.

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    Just got back from Banbury. I'm so glad I managed to make it to the exhibition. I found it very inspiring. Like others I was surprised at how small the images were. Very delicate, truly exquisite photos. His toning technique worked perfectly. I learnt a lot.

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    I went too - and was pretty much blown away- they were every bit as good as I hoped they might be. And, I bumped into mikeg (see above). I was hoping to have a bit more of a chat with him after I'd finished looking through the exhibition, but after looking through the books, I looked up and he'd gone. Maybe next time Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    And, I bumped into mikeg (see above). I was hoping to have a bit more of a chat with him after I'd finished looking through the exhibition, but after looking through the books, I looked up and he'd gone. Maybe next time Mike
    Sorry about that -- I was on a tight schedule and had to get back home to take the kids out. I'll probably come down to Ross-on-Wye for the day on the Saturday, so maybe see you there?

    Cheers

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    A cracking exhibition, made better by meeting Carl Radford and his better half Liz.

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    Was excellent; glad I made it before it finished.

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