Not a photographic subject (yet!) but just a record of activities yesterday at the Wheels for the World warehouse yesterday.
The team, having refurbished a shedload of wheelchairs over the past few months, we loaded 124 wheelchairs onto a container along with buggies adapted for rough terrain, Zimmer frames, crutches and other walking aids. The container has left the warehouse en-route to Uganda.
In June, I will be going with a team to refugee camps in Northern Uganda to supply wheelchairs and other aids to disabled South Sudanese refugees who have fled the civil war raging in their country.
Went to Beer this morning. Still very cloudy and grey, but took a few shots. Not very inspiring, but getting to grips with the new kit. The Fuji lenses are amazing!
The XT3 is a lot smaller than the Nikon kit, so with my big hands I keep pressing buttons I don’t want to press. But I am sure I will get used to it.
After an excellent full English at the Bay View Tearooms, I went to Otteron and walked along the River Otter to Budleigh Salterton. I was surprised and a little disappointed at the lack of wildlife. Still, got a few images on the way, and at the estuary.