50 photographers from The Tamar Valley Photographic Club attended and were escorted by Mike Bright our designated Walk leader who lead us all around a planned route. This took in a visit to the the local Church, down onto Devils Point which overlooked Drake island and finally we completed the afternoon photographing at the exclusive and beautiful Royal William Yard.
Constructed between 1825 and 1831, the Royal William Yard is steeped in history. It is considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain and the largest collection of Grade 1 Listed buildings in Europe.
This Plymouth landmark has become the most prestigious address in the city for both residents and office occupiers alike. There is even an on-site marina offering berthing and mooring on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. It also has an hourly water bus service between the Yard and the Barbican.
Everyone who has taken part in this event from all around the World can submit one photograph which they consider their best and each local walk leader decides who wins the prize of a digital photography book published by Scott Kelby. Then this winning photograph gets submitted to the World Wide Competition with the chance to win thousands of pounds worth of camera equipment and printers etc.