Vintage wedding fair at Nottingham Post

The entire plans of their wedding is a big responsibility to be undertaken by the brides and grooms to-be and keeping this in mind the vintage wedding fair was organized at Nottingham post to help the prospective brides and grooms. The event held at the East Bridgford Hill, which is also a popular wedding venue, had many exhibitors lined up, including, dress designers, florists, bakers, photographers and many more. All of them aimed at helping the couples to make the right choice on their big day.

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Photography exhibit concentrates on singer Beautiful Nubia’s other side

Beautiful Nubia, the well known singer, was the focus of a photography exhibit, where another side of the crooner was laid spare for the public to appreciate. Most people just know Beautiful Nubia for his lovely musical prowess, but photographer Ademola Bamigbelu, who has been taking pictures of the singer on his camera for a while now decided to showcase his snaps. The exhibit co-occurred with the performance of the music artiste at Alliance Francaise, Ibadan.
Talking before the performance, Mr Alain Croguennec, the Director of the Alliance Francaise, Ibadan, stated that the centre would welcome Beautiful Nubia to execute because of the audience he attracts to the centre. Apart from that, fetching Beautiful Nubia is also their own way of backing folkore music that is being threatened by the modern music forms.
Mr Croguennec stated that they are all aware that folkore music carries a lot of messages, and it also deepens one’s knowledge about the African tradition roots. Just before the event performance, the crooner was asked to have a look at the snap being showcased, and he was appalled the exhibit was in his honor.
Referring to the snaps, Beautiful Nubia stated that he is really speechless because he did not anticipate what he is seeing. The crooner added that he never knew someone was documenting his moves apart from his performances, and he is just too happy regarding this.

Beautiful Nubia, the well known singer, was the focus of a photography exhibit, where another side of the crooner was laid spare for the public to appreciate. Most people just know Beautiful Nubia for his lovely musical prowess, but photographer Ademola Bamigbelu, who has been taking pictures of the singer on his camera for a while now decided to showcase his snaps. The exhibit co-occurred with the performance of the music artiste at Alliance Francaise, Ibadan.

Talking before the performance, Mr Alain Croguennec, the Director of the Alliance Francaise, Ibadan, stated that the centre would welcome Beautiful Nubia to execute because of the audience he attracts to the centre. Apart from that, fetching Beautiful Nubia is also their own way of backing folkore music that is being threatened by the modern music forms.

Mr Croguennec stated that they are all aware that folkore music carries a lot of messages, and it also deepens one’s knowledge about the African tradition roots. Just before the event performance, the crooner was asked to have a look at the snap being showcased, and he was appalled the exhibit was in his honor.

Referring to the snaps, Beautiful Nubia stated that he is really speechless because he did not anticipate what he is seeing. The crooner added that he never knew someone was documenting his moves apart from his performances, and he is just too happy regarding this.

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BC SPCA asks amateur photographers to hit the wild for great snaps

Amateur photographers are asked to give their best digital wildlife snaps to BC SPCA’s 6th annual Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Competition. The event that runs from 30th September backs the Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre on Vancouver Island, where almost two thousand five hundred orphaned and injured wild animals are taken care of every year.
In a press release release, BC SPCA’s chief scientific officer Sara Dubois told: “We are excited to help British Columbia’s wildlife photographers showcase the amazing diversity of animals we have throughout our province, in both urban settings and isolated locations,”
“The images we receive each year are stunning and really make it hard for judges to choose the winning photos.”
Photographs entered in earlier competitions have been featured in BC SPCA’s Animal Sense and Bark! magazines, and in local newspapers, websites, social media as well as educational materials. Prizes are handed for top 3 snaps in each of 2 categories -
Backyard Habitats and Wild Settings. The contest is open to amateur snappers aged fourteen and up. All snaps must be clicked within the province and given in digital format. Snaps of feral, domestic and exotic animals would not be accepted nor the photos of zoos or animal rehabilitation facilities.

Amateur photographers are asked to give their best digital wildlife snaps to BC SPCA’s 6th annual Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Competition. The event that runs from 30th September backs the Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre on Vancouver Island, where almost two thousand five hundred orphaned and injured wild animals are taken care of every year.

In a press release release, BC SPCA’s chief scientific officer Sara Dubois told: “We are excited to help British Columbia’s wildlife photographers showcase the amazing diversity of animals we have throughout our province, in both urban settings and isolated locations,”

“The images we receive each year are stunning and really make it hard for judges to choose the winning photos.”

Photographs entered in earlier competitions have been featured in BC SPCA’s Animal Sense and Bark! magazines, and in local newspapers, websites, social media as well as educational materials. Prizes are handed for top 3 snaps in each of 2 categories -

Backyard Habitats and Wild Settings. The contest is open to amateur snappers aged fourteen and up. All snaps must be clicked within the province and given in digital format. Snaps of feral, domestic and exotic animals would not be accepted nor the photos of zoos or animal rehabilitation facilities.

Great Photography!

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