#SurreyHeath_InstaMeet on Barossa Common – Photo blog

A really interesting use of social media

Surrey Heath Residents Network

DCIM100GOPROGOPR1738.Since the earliest days of Instagram, people have been meeting up to take photos and videos together. As the community has grown around the world, so too has the occurrence of InstaMeets: gatherings of people coming together to connect, explore, and celebrate their creativity.

The second #SurreyHeath_InstaMeet was held on Barossa Common at the weekend and despite the poor weather the turn out was fantastic.

The event was sponsored by OlloClip, ShoulderPod and Xshot and these innovative #MobileCreative products were given away for the most creative shots.

Barossa Common is a rare lowland heath teeming with bio-diversity so it was fantastic to have James Herd (Ranger) for the Surrey Wildlife Trust to lend his expertise about the animals, flora and fauna that can be found on the common. Check out #RangerRadio for a fascinating podcast series about James’s work.

Below is a collection of images from some of the…

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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