I have been conked out due to shingles for many weeks, and it is only in the past week that I have stopped taking the anti-depressant tablets that actually helped to numb the pain. But whilst I had been stuck in the house, I started to sort out my computer and catch up on emails and so on. I attempted to sign into the website of the Royal Photographic Society, which I had joined back in March. I had not received any welcome pack, so I emailed them. It seems that there was a problem with their website and it had timed out whilst processing my application, so they have started my membership from this month and made it for a year.

The pack arrived this week and I have been enjoying reading the Journal. I have created a first Gallery on the RPS website entitled Northern Irish scenes.

I have neglected my photography since I got to Gibraltar, but I intend to start taking more photos again. There are so many features on my camera which I have yet to use — and some that I need to refresh my memory on using. So, watch this space! I suspect more galleries will follow.

Published by Michæl McFarland Campbell

Irish, living in Co. Laois with his husband Andrew and their three cats. Also interested in first aid, heraldry, Scouting, and occasionally to be found at the organ or in a bell tower.

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