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Photo Club

For a few years I’ve held together the Estevan Photo Club.

It’s a good crowd of people, together to learn from each other everything and anything about photography.

With the Olympic Hockey game scheduled for our last photo share, the turn out was terrific, if small.

So I offered to post their one photo to share here.

Some marvelous photos, as always.

Red Rooster Barn

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Solitude on the Red

While at a retreat centre with lots of other boisterously funny people, all bursting with stress relief, I took an early morning walk to the river.

Up on to the flood dikes, along the top for a .5 mile and down across the .25 mileĀ approach to the river itself.

Across the rivere one could see these two houses, one huge castle-like and fancy, the other a small 2 story walkup

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Sticking It

I had this photo, from a few years ago, to which someone pointed out things could have been lined up better.

Occasionally I get the opportunity to try this photo again, but the light is not quite the same.

Still it’s a great exercise to see what is possible. And how difficult it is to control the line up.

These are three taken inĀ a series, as fast as the camera will.

The challenge is, on a great light day, to line up the church steeple with the peak of the barn.

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