Sunday 7th February 2016,
Victoria and Albert Museum and Environs

Outbound travel:
• 09.29 Train from Hayes to Cannon Street
• Circle / District Line to South Kensington
• Short walk to the museum

To do what?
• The Julia Margaret Cameron Exhibition – A historic milestone in photographic style and composition (free).
• Photography is allowed in the general exhibition areas and the statues provide some good opportunities.
• The building itself, outside and inside is interesting, with the courtyard pond providing opportunities for reflections.
• Optionally there are paid exhibitions on shoes and jewellery.
• If the weather is good then Albert Memorial, Albert Hall and Kensington Gardens provide extra photo opportunities.

What Equipment?
• Any camera or lens will do.
• Wide angle lens will be useful for architectural shots
• A long lens will be useful for detail
• Large aperture will be useful for interior shots as no tripods or monopods are allowed inside.

How strenuous?
• Short walks from Cannon Street Main Line Railway to the Tube Station, then a flat 8 minute walk to the museum.
• All other walking is at your discretion.

• On arrival coffee at the V&A Café, which is across the courtyard as you go in.
• Although the V&A Café does lunch, it is not the best value for money and an alternative will be researched prior to travel.

Sun, 7th FebruaryVictoria and Albert Museum and EnvironsBob Zwolinsky
Thur, 10th MarchSky Garden and a London City ChurchTony Warran
Sat, 16th AprilTreasure Hunt in EdenbridgeBob Zwolinsky
Thur,s 5th MayEagle HeightsNorman and Joyce Bernard.
June (TBA)High Elms Nature ReserveDerek Miah

(TBA) = To be announced.