ABERDARE CAMERA CLUB: ABERDARE PARK
Aberdare Camera Club – Aberdare Park
Our exhibition represents a celebration of our treasured Aberdare Park which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2019.
In collaboration with “The Friends of Aberdare Park” and of the “Cynon Valley Museum” we held a joint exhibition at the museum earlier in 2020 too much acclaim in the community. Our aim was to capture the park through the full year highlighting its many guises as it welcomes the people of our community to enjoy nature, its history, its rich diverse activities and as a place to find peace.
As we find our way through the Corid-19 crisis the park now represents an open space and is as important to our community as ever. We hope that these images remind us of its beauty and the joy that it brings and will bring for generations to follow.
These images form a part of our earlier exhibition with a few new ones thrown in to keep the viewer interested. They represent the work of the majority of our members who were keen to capture their own love of the Park and to share with all.
About Aberdare Camera Club
Our camera club meets on Monday evenings from 7:30pm at the Trecynon Church hall. We have a variety of members all with an interest in photography as an art form, of trying to help and support each develop as photographers whilst enjoying the company of friends. To us photographs may be taken on a phone, bridge camera or multi lens kit, the most important camera is the one that you have with you, and how you want to capture what you see. New members are always welcome, why not come along and meet us, we serve a great cup of tea or coffee.
We hope that you enjoy viewing our images, and we look forward to meeting you soon.
(Please note that meetings are currently suspended until it is safe to do so, but if interested then let us know and we’ll contact you once open)
We hope you enjoy the exhibition. Click on the image(s) to reveal the full exhibition.