Gulf Island gulls captured in mid-flight

Photo club meets Dec. 15

November pick for Photo of the Month, which was centered on the theme: Emotions.

Is love in the air?

That’s the question posed by Saltair photographer Nancy Morgantini in her shot of two seagulls engaged in flight formation.

“Nancy enjoys the challenge of capturing birds in flight, and she was inspired to capture the interaction between these two gulls while sailing in the Gulf Islands in June, 2015,” says a release from the Ladysmith Camera Club.

The photo was the November pick for Photo of the Month, which was centered on the theme: Emotions.

The next meeting of the Ladysmith Camera Club, which will also be its AGM, will be Tuesday, Dec. 15, at Hardwick Hall on High Street and Third Avenue.

Everyone is welcome. There will be no drop-in fee for this meeting, but people are asked to bring something for a potluck.

The Camera Club welcomes new members from novice to pro. “Come explore and expand your photography with us,” says a release about the AGM.

You can find out more about the Camera Club at ladysmithcameraclub.com.

 

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