Sale PS present Mike Lane – ‘A Digital Lane’

Sale Photographic Society have the renowned Natural History photographer Mike Lane coming to entertain us on Thursday the 11th November 2021, with his enthralling talk entitled:

“A Digital Lane”

and would like to extend an invitation to you and your friends if they fancy coming along.

Venue: St Mary’s Church Centre, Moss Lane, Sale Cheshire M33 6GD – 8.00pm

Mike Lane is a full-time wildlife photographer with over 25 years’ experience, specialising in the photography of birds and mammals. Although he travels to foreign lands a great deal, his main love is British wildlife. He reckons he gets far more satisfaction photographing humble wrens and chaffinches than exotic parrots in distant rain forests.

He has put together a series of wonderful “How To”, YouTube presentations, showing photographers how to set their equipment up for photographing a whole variety of wildlife which are truly excellent – https://www.youtube.com/user/mikelane45/videos

His stunning talk will focus on the wildlife of the UK together with the wildlife of Europe. Add to this his personal anecdotes from his many journeys into these regions, and you will see that This is a lecture not to be missed!

Mike’s Website: https://www.nature-photography.co.uk/

It will be a very reasonable £5 on the door to cover the costs, which includes as much coffee/tea you can drink, and as many biscuits as you can eat!!

Doors open at 7.30pm for 8.00pm start.

Note that Hand Sanitiser will be provided, Socially Distance Seating will be used, and all refreshments will be provided in disposable cups.
In addition, temperature checking will take place on entry, and masks must be worn in the public areas of the church.

If you decide to come, then ideally it would be good if they could let me know, (numbers and email below) as then we can organise the correct number of chairs and refreshments.

Contacts: John Earnshaw jrearnshaw@lineone.net 0772 986 3231 or 0161 969 7379, or John McNally jmc65@btinternet.com 0788 438 1640 or 0161 945 0430

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