Brain May Clip
Queen legend, Brian May was at Dimbola Lodge Museum & Gallery in Freshwater today to promote an exhibition of early '3-D' photography based around a new book documenting 30 years on the subject. 'A Village Lost and Found' by Brian May and Elena Vidal, illustrates the history of 'stereoscopic photography'. The world-renowned guitarist, songwriter, producer and performer signed copies of the book for a stream of enthusiastic fans. Some had bought various bits of Queen memerobilia for Brian to sign along with a few guitars which he couldn't resist playing a few chords on, much to the delight of the fans and lucky Ryde youngster, 7 year old Nathan Hartland-Davis who Brian invited to sit along side him.