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Photo of the year 2017

on Saturday, 23 December 2017. Posted in All Articles, Member Articles

Photo of the year 2017

During the last meeting of the year and last monthly competitions members were asked to bring their best image from the year 2017. Below photo by Robin LaCicero titled "An Egrets Love For their young" was voted as Best Shot of the Year 2017. 

 

Wish you all Happy Holidays and Happy new Year 2018. Keep Clicking. 

 

Jakub's Canadian Vacation

on Wednesday, 20 August 2014. Posted in All Articles, Member Articles

Jakub's vacation in Bruce Peninsula National Park and hike from Cyprus Lake to Crane Lake Road, August 2013

Jakub's Canadian Vacation

If you like shipwrecks, flowerpot-shaped rocks or stony beaches with cold blue water, Tobermory Ontario is the place for you. Beyond that there really isn't much to justify a 12 hour drive from NYC. So why did Jakub completed his fifth visit to that small fishing village? Find out more about Jakub's Canadian adventure below in his own words ...

 

Route 6 by Elaine Tweedy

on Monday, 11 August 2014. Posted in All Articles, Member Articles

Photographing the historic Route 6

Route 6 by Elaine Tweedy

Club member Elaine Tweedy always wanted to drive along the portion of Route 6 that flows through Northeastern Pennsylvania and give it her own photographic slant.  Along the way she hopes to do her own research and learn more about the little burgs and hamlets that snake off of Route 6 into the Endless Mountains.

Kayaking Photo Trip Experience

on Wednesday, 30 July 2014. Posted in All Articles, Member Articles

Jim Cook is sharing his Kayaking nightmare on a photo trip

Kayaking Photo Trip Experience

Club member Jim Cook shares his Kayaking nightmare with lessons learnt. Share your photographic nightmares in comments below. 

       "I and fellow club member Joe Statuto and our wives were out on the river enjoying a beautiful summer day. The night before had seen a considerable rainfall occur north of us and as the day wore on the river began to rise and become much faster than when we first set out. Photo opportunities were in abundance and I soon spotted a pair of Herons. My first pass after spotting them resulted in a couple of pictures but wanted to get still closer.