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  1. Apologies, tried to edit my post and deleted the whole thread by mistake! So, we'll start again... Cheers guys. Yes, It's a Cairngorm reindeer to be precise. They roam free near the ski centre. Stunning beasts and allow you to get fairly close. Only been "into" photography for a couple of years but like anything else you get better with practice and more importantly learning about good light, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Read up on it, watch Youtube tutorials and practice :-) I'll put up a few more photos (starting with the reindeer and please feel free to chip in with your own shots.
  2. Hello All, I have published a 48 page photo journal called 'More Than Just a Football Club' focussed on the fans and environment of Albion Rovers. The A5 sized journal features plenty of Rovers home (and some away) games showing many fans experiencing the 'fun' of following Rovers, and has a cracking foreword by Rovers aficionado Bill Walker. It was very positively reviewed in the Evening Times and Herald this week and would make a top stocking filler for Xmas. The cost is a bargain £9.99 + £2.50 p&p ..And is available here from the Shop on my website: Albion Rovers Photo Journal Just click on the picture of the cover and off you go. The journal is also available in Street Level Photoworks, 103 Trongate, Glasgow and will shortly be available at the club shop at Cliftonhill, Coatbridge. This is an unusual record of those who follow the club and if you like football and photography I'm sure you won't be disappointed. Iain McLean
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