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Watch again: Springwatch Photo Club 16 June

Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 13:20 UK time, Thursday, 17 June 2010

For those who missed the last Photo Club in the series from last night. You can also have a look at the featured pictures in more detail in Martin's blog post, watch last week's Photo Club or the very first one. Please let us know which was your favourite... And please, please keep sharing your spring wildlife photos on the Springwatch Flickr group.

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Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    I'm very proud to have had my hawkmoth photo on Springwatch - but I can't believe the BBC couldn't even print it out properly!
    (Martin - thats my wrist its sitting on by the way!_)
    Thanks
    Doug Mackenzie DoddS

  • Comment number 2.

    Thanks for putting this on here for everyone who didn't get to see it last night and congrats to everyone to had a photo on photo club, they were all brilliant. I only got a photo on the springwatch webpage, but I was thrilled!

  • Comment number 3.

    i was so happy to get picked with my starling picture , but have to say i thought the pheasant should have won and your moth pic was awesome also , so annoying for you for the printer to go wonky !

  • Comment number 4.

    Thank you SW Team for putting up the programme on here for those of us denied 'Red Button' viewing last night. A good coverage of some wonderful SW Flickr Group pictures, congratulations to all who got a mention. I thought it particularly useful that Chris could explain visually the methodology for his 'Art' pictures to those SW viewers who haven't had the great pleasure, that some of us have enjoyed, of attending one of his excellent Photographic Talks.

  • Comment number 5.

    I'd like to know the name of the collie dog on the boat Simon was on.:-D

  • Comment number 6.

    @blackrabbit- loved that image, gorgeous animal.

    I hope the photoclub continues for autumnwatch, sure its contraversial, but thats all part of the fun, and it gave me a hell of a buzz to be on it. I hope lots of other people get the opportunity!

    I too would like to see more of Chris's art pictures explained and showcased, perhaps some of Simons stills too, and of course we should get Martin Hughes games and Kate Humble out on shoots too! The learning process they go through could inspire many, plus theres some wildlife greats that the beeb has that could show some tutiledge. I thought it was great that the photo club represented both natural shooters and post processors interests, after all, its all about the love of wildlife and its aesthetics, and theres many ways to enjoy doing that. Looking through the springwatch flickr photo group has given me a lot of joy, and its nice to see so many people passionate about capturing the beauty of wildlife in whatever way they choose. Even a few artwork pieces could be featured too.

    More, more! Don't ditch it, enrich it! Lets see it back for the autumn season!

    Perhaps get a collection going, a few "best of's" to make a calendar or photobook for the BBC wildlife fund? I'm sure most people who entered images would be happy to contribute to such a worthy cause.

 

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