Outings

FEPS PHOTO TRIPS

Field End Photographic Society members can enjoy many photographic outings, we try to arrange an outing every eight weeks or so during the club season, mainly around London, plus one or two trips further afield.

Please see posts linked below for information on planned outings.

TREVOR HYDE and PETER HILL
Email: digital@fieldendps.co.uk

Previous destinations have included:-
DOCKLANDS, from East India Dock Basin via Trinity Buoy Wharf, City Island, Thames Barrier to Victoria Dock; THE ‘LEGAL INNS’ OF LONDON, with an evening session at Victoria Embankment practising various photographic techniques in the twilight; OXFORD – ‘City of Dreaming Spires’; CHELSEA HARBOUR AND BATTERSEA including several famous Thames bridges, Battersea Park and the new Power Station complex;  SOUTHBANK including the Graffiti Tunnel at Leake Street; BOW TO LIMEHOUSE visiting Three Mills Island, River Lea walk, Bow Locks, Cody Dock (and its’ rolling bridge–a world first opened recently), Limehouse Cut & Marina; CHESHAM town centre, Lowndes Park, Church Street, surrounding countryside in autumn colours; Weekend trip to NORTH NORFOLK, Sheringham, Cromer, Weybourne, Salthouse, Cley, Happisburgh, Horsey; CANARY WHARF Winter Lights Festival London; ELIZABETH LINE & WOOLWICH ARSENAL Farringdon & Charterhouse, Liverpool Street, and the Woolwich Arsenal; ROTHERHITHE & SURREY DOCKS, Canada Water, Greenland Dock, South Dock, Stave Hill, Surrey Docks Farm, Old Nelson Dock, St Mary’s Church, The Brunel Museum; EPPING: TREVOR’S TREES OR PETER’S TRAINS. Option A: Epping Forest; Option B: Epping & Ongar Railway, London’s closest heritage railway; LIGHT PAINTING RUISLIP WOODS, an evening of fun with LED lights and long exposures; TOWER TO LIMEHOUSE: Wilton’s Music Hall, St Catherine Docks, Wapping High Street, Blitz Memorial, Hermitage Basin, Ornamental Canal (London Dock), Tobacco Dock, Wapping Woods, Shadwell Basin, Limehouse; Weekend trip to EAST SUFFOLK, Woodbridge, Shingle Street, Ramsholt, Bawdsey, Felixstowe, Languard Fort, Waldringfield; CITY OF LONDON ABANDONED CHURCHES including Christchurch Greyfriars and St Dunstan in the East.


Some of our recent outing blogs are listed below

  • FEPS OUTING SUNDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2024 SPIRALLING OUT OF SOUTHWARK
    FEPS OUTING SUNDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2024, SPIRALLING OUT OF SOUTHWARK (POSTPONED FROM 04 FEBRUARY) Trevor Hyde Peter Hill Please let us know if you are interested in coming along (BATTERSEA LIGHTS ON TUESDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2024 EVENING)
  • OUTINGS GALLERY 2023
    FEPS Outing ‘Abandoned Churches of The City’ on Sunday 03 December 2023 FEPS Weekend Outing to East Suffolk, 10-12 November 2023
  • FEPS Outing Sunday 03 December 2023: CITY OF LONDON ABANDONED CHURCHES & NIGHT LIGHTS/CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
    Sunday 03 December 2023: CITY OF LONDON ABANDONED CHURCHES & NIGHT LIGHTS/CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: including Christchurch Greyfriars, St Dunstan in the East, and many others. This outing will be split into several sections, and although some walking is involved, sections can be omitted to suit everyone’s stamina levels! 1) Meeting at Moorgate Underground Station, we explore
  • FEPS Weekend Outings – 2024 and beyond
    2023–2024 season FROM SHINGLE STREET to FELIXSTOWE WOODBRIDGE base. 2024–2025 season CHARNWOOD FOREST AREA (from Loughborough to Bradgate Park and Cropston). This offers a wide variety of options–Bradgate Park is a Deer Park, with many rutting deer (if the dates fit), autumnal colours in the trees (if the dates fit), the ruins of Lady Jane
  • FEPS Outings scheduled for the 2023-24 Season
    Outings scheduled for the 2023-24 Season Friday 10 to Sunday 12 November 2023: WEEKEND TRIP TO SUFFOLK – see further details below:. Sunday 03 December 2023: CITY OF LONDON ABANDONED CHURCHES & NIGHT LIGHTS/CHRISTMAS LIGHTS: including Christchurch Greyfriars, St Dunstan in the East, and many others. Following refreshments at Tower Hill, optional evening walk from
  • LIGHT PAINTING OUTING
    A couple of weeks ago, Peter and Malcolm, organised an informal Field End outing deep into the dark Ruislip woods! The aim was to give everyone a chance to try out light painting, armed with a wide range of LED lights, cameras and tripods, our intrepid gang spent the evening swinging around various types of