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Tar Barrels 2010

We tried something different this year, with a fill flash carried by Chief Photographer's Assistant AJ. This took some managing at first and the results were a bit 'iffy'. However, towards the end of the day we had it under better control and the evening pull gave better results.

Thanks for your help, AJ! We'll be in touch.

The Morning pull

The entry of the gladiators

There may be trouble ahead! On a critical corner too. However, that parked car got moved pretty quickly! People who know Hatherleigh ought to know by now not to park like this.

 

The sprint up High Street in the morning. Not in focus sadly.

Afterwards.

The Evening pull

2010 President Adrian Drew prepares to light the barrels at the start of the evening pull.

Rounding the supermarket corner.

Afterwards.

 

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One for chairman Mark and the girls

Friday Night | Saturday Morning | Saturday Afternoon | Saturday Evening | Tar Barrels


 


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