The summer of 2019 included trips to the Quinty Botanical Gardens, Kingston Scavenger Hunt and O’Hara Mills. Monthly photo challenges were “To Pose or Not to Pose”, “Close Encounters”, “Colour My World”, “Power of One” and “Wings and Tails”.
The summer of 2018 included trip to Point Petre to do a fitness shoot with our hosts David and Mary Robinet. I found out that the male model was a welder for Audrey’s father’s old workplace.
We also did a night shoot at the Belleville bridge which was and still is under construction. Also shown below are pictures from the “summer fun” (at the cottage) and “Music” (Ottawa visit) challenges.
Spring of 2018 included trip to Gould Lake and a trip to Kingston. For the Kingston trip, members of the club pulled photo assignments out of a hat so that every member had different things to shoot. It was to get us out of our comfort zone and shoot things that we would not normally shoot. I picked “Fashion Sense”. I also have images from the “fresh start” which included pictures from a robins nest just outside our home.
After finally getting our South American Trip posted (Thanks very much Audrey) it is time to post my Photo Club shots from this past year. Starting with the winter of 2018. The pictures below include a trip to Joseph Leduc’s basement to do a wonderful workshop on flash lighting techniques and a trip to the Wellington waterfront to check out the ice. I also have images from the “sweet light” and “Items with a Twist” challenges.
I will begin this post with an apology for my tardiness. This fall, photo club outings included a stroll through Picton on remembrance day, a night shoot at Point Petre and a visit to Legacy Antiques in Cobourg. The theme for the falls photo challenge was “fall colours”. We will be heading to South America soon so more photos to come!
This months outing with the local photo club included a trip to Port Hope to witness this years “Take your Fanny down the Ganny” (www.floatyourfanny.ca/). This was the 36th annual event, and it looks like one that Derek and I need to attempt one year. After the event we headed to Cobourg for some photos. I have not been to Cobourg since attending an art show of my Aunt Jen’s work some 30 years ago?