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Discussion Forum - LDWA ideas forum - more piccys


Author: Alan Greenwood
Posted: Thu 31st Mar 2005, 13:45
Joined: 1998
Local Group: Calderdale
I try and remember to take my camera with me when I am out and about particularly for challenge events and group walks. Anyone is welcome to view them at www.alangreenwood.biz/walkingpage
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Alan Greenwood
Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Fri 18th Mar 2005, 9:50
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
if anyone is interested in the hope moors and tors this is what you'll see, it's mainly scenery, i only use people to show scale
http://www.koz.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/walks_album.htm
Author: Tony Blackburn
Posted: Thu 17th Mar 2005, 9:46
Joined: 1976
And less grey hair too! (Sadly my own hairdresser has also given up the battle to remove the greys as part of my monthly cull). But seriously, I know that the LDWA has noticed an advancing age profile amongst its members, but if we want to portray the organisation as appealing to young bloods then Strider should go some way to helping in this. So yes, more pics or at least lets generate a more appealing quality. A small prize for best pics printed or similar may help.
Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Mon 28th Feb 2005, 20:36
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
i wasn't suggesting that the checkpoint staff should take photos i mean't any member who happens to take a camera with them on a walk it would be nice to see what they have come up with
Author: Doreen Viney
Posted: Mon 28th Feb 2005, 19:56
Joined: 1985
Local Group: West Lancashire
YES IT WOULD, BUT THE PROBLEM IS GETTING PEOPLE TO TAKE THE TIME TO DO PHOTOS & THE CHECKPOINT STAFF ARE OFTEN TOO BUSY!
IT IS THE ORDINARY EVENTS THAT ARE THE LIFE BLOOD OF THE LDWA, NOT THE HUNDRED, YOU ONLY HAVE TO LOOK AT THE TOTAL ENTRIES TO REALISE THAT
Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Mon 28th Feb 2005, 12:41
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
It's great to see pictures from the 100 but wouldn't it be greater to see pictures from other walks sent in by members?

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