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minutes for July Photoclub meeting

Posted on July 12, 2019 at 12:30pm 3 Comments

Eclectic Visions:-  Pierre announced the winners of the People's Choice Award.

  Kahsia and Bruce McPhee tied for first place for their hummingbird and Deer (Taste Test)  photos.

  Kim Stewart came second for her Seahorse (the old tugboat) at Dawn image.

  Simon came third for his 'On Guard' image of an owl blended into a rocky shoreline.

Wendy would like an image of each of these photos to include in her update of the Photofest website - showing…

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Minutes for June meeting

Posted on June 14, 2019 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Pierre welcomed the Club's newest member, David Tabb, who lives in California and Salt Spring - 6 months in each.

Photofest: -  Wendy reported that all the venues and the photographers are on the Photofest website. Jana has worked on a map that is now up, showing the 35 participating venues. Pierre suggested that in coming years we could work on a passbook and a stamp. Everyone is encouraged to visit the sites.

Funding:  -  Judy, Jana, Avril, Anna, Derek and…

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Minutes for May meeting

Posted on May 14, 2019 at 8:48am 0 Comments

Shows:   Bernadette is showing mixed media work about the clear-cut logging that happened last year near Beddis Road, a subject close to her heart.

A bench to commemorate Bob Rogers was installed on the dock by the float plane shelter in Ganges. A small ceremony took place on the dock on Saturday and Photoclub members and Bob's uncle ate and drank and took photos of each other sitting on the bench. This bench will be much enjoyed by people who can now wait for their plane…

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A bench for Bob

Posted on May 9, 2019 at 6:26am 0 Comments

Bob Rogers' family wanted a memorial bench to be installed somewhere on Salt Spring. The perfect spot has been found, down on the dock in Ganges where the sea-planes come and go. Bob used to love taking photos of these planes and now fellow photographers and travellers will have a place to sit in the sun while waiting for their plane ride or contemplating the perfect shot. Wendy has, of course, been instrumental in making this happen and it is going to be installed today, Thursday 9th, at…

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At 10:59am on September 18, 2016, Pierre Mineau said…
Hi Anna. The racoons were certainly there and checked out anything that was left out but we used the food locker and that seemed to do it. It is a really nice campsite isn't it? - but I wouldn't want to go in the summer when it is full of motorboats and sailboats. From the number of buoys, looks like there could be quite a crowd.
At 10:13pm on December 21, 2014, Judy McPhee said…

Hi Anna, Are you here on Jan 2nd?  We are going to Bowen and wondered if you could take my two photos to Artspring for hanging.  Please let me know.  And hope you have a great Christmas!

At 6:48pm on April 23, 2014, Pierre Mineau said…

Hi Anna. I actually got the whole NIK package on line. Please note that this is a plugin. You need to have Aperture or Photoshop or Lightroom - best check this. I am not sure whether Silver FX can be bought separately from the others. The whole package is $149 however - not too bad. And some of the other plugins are useful also - the one on noise reduction is very good.

Hope that helps. Let me know if you are at the next meeting.

At 7:29pm on January 7, 2014, Bernadette Mertens-McAllister said…

Thanks Anna, I better put some pix on this site soon! See you tomorrow, Bernadette

At 4:42pm on October 9, 2010, Maggie Argiro said…
Hi Anna,
The stretch of beach was just north of where Nininat River (?) from Nininat Lake empties into the Pacific. Must be quite a hike in to this....I was in a helicopter, so distance is probably further than I think.
At 7:03pm on April 4, 2010, Avril Kirby said…
Lovely photo Anna--one of the best I've seen of you.
At 9:45am on January 10, 2010, Avril Kirby said…
Welcome at last!
 
 
 

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