The delighful and very new Yass Photography Club enjoyed an inaugural excursion to The Crisp Galleries on Saturday, which just happened to co-incide with the opening of Adam Humphrey's "Sawdust, Sweat & Tears" exhibition.
The Welsh artist uses a chainsaw to turn humble blocks of wood into surprisingly detailed sculptures, which are on show both in a conventional gallery space and dotted around acres of garden. I love his farmyard animal pieces — lambs frollicking under a bridge and geese waddling beside hedges of lavender.
While I toiled in the hot sun, lugging a rather heavy Mamiya C330 around for a spot of TtV, I did spy some of my colleagues indulging in decidely non-photographic activities ... quaffing white wine, crustless sandwiches and chocolate-coated strawberries.
Tsk, tsk ... I shall make sure this is brought to attention at our next meeting!
A meandering garden path
An old clawfoot bath makes a garden feature
Golden lambs playing in the sunshine