A horseshoe-shaped blacksmiths door, a lady chimney sweep, the Prebisch Tor in Germany and New York's Hayden Planetarium.
Titles read: "Caught by the Camera".
Various locations of events.
In the village of Penshurst in Kent we see the exterior of a blacksmiths shop with horseshoe-shaped doorway.
Also in Kent, in the villages around Canterbury, we see a lady chimney sweep walking about with her brushes, knocking on the door of a door and going inside. Outside again, she takes out a compact and powders her soot-smudged nose.
On the frontier of German Saxony and Czechoslovakia we see the Prebisch Tor - an amazing, craggy area of rocky cliffs, canyons, streams and waterfalls.
In New York, United States of America, we see part of the show at the Hayden Planetarium. The director operates the projector from his desk