COMPETITION TIME

by neil williams October 12, 2016

COMPETITION TIME

It was windy on The Isle Off Wight last week. Easterly Gales hit Ventnor hard. Which is fun for us surfers and photographers.

To  W I N  A  L A R G E  P R I N T  of my latest picture "Easterly Gales with Evening Light at Steephill Cove", all you have to do is S I G N  U P on the home page for my weekly newsletter and you'll be in the prize draw. (It's easy to unsubscribe at any time!). If you're already on the list, you're already in the draw. Please tell any friends you think might be interested, or share with the link below.

I'll be announcing the winner in next weeks newsletter - good luck!!

Other news is I'm taking the camera and kids for a break in Cornwall next week, so the gallery will be closed Sunday16th to Friday 21st October. Hope to have some nice pics to share

 Surfer at Ventnor, Isle of WightSurfer off Ventnor Last week.




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