Category Archives: Education

Another Visit to the Barber

Early Photographic Studio Photography and the Influence of Photography on Impressionist Painting The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, the University of Birmingham July 2017, Insight Programme More than three years ago I wrote about the Insight programme run by the … Continue reading

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Facebook Novice

After a lot of thought and advice I finally decided to join Facebook. To be honest, it was when my cousin in Australia joined and we realised we could post family photographs. Initially the friend who helps me with this … Continue reading

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Eccentric Viewing

When I first heard the term ‘eccentric viewing’ in the context of WMD, I thought it was a slightly un-PC reference to my new way of seeing things. My first experience of my sight changes took place in Sydney Art … Continue reading

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Networking and Development with the Macular Society

This year the Macular Society, UK invited its volunteers to a Volunteering and Networking and Development Event. Each time this event is held at a different venue and this year it was held in West Bromwich, Birmingham. What a weekend!  … Continue reading

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Nostalgia

Is nostalgia good for you? My 78th birthday is just a month away. It’s the school holidays and my granddaughter is staying with me. At nearly 11 she is full of questions and I can’t resist reminiscing. I like to … Continue reading

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