Ladysmith Camera Club members voted on this photo called “Criss Cross” by Nanaimo-based photographer Brian Clemens as their Photo of the Month for August.

Ladysmith Camera Club photo of the month for August.

The image is a closeup of a vintage Rolls-Royce headlight

The theme for the month was “What is it?”. The image is a closeup of a vintage Rolls-Royce headlight taken at a Rolls-Royce and Bentley owners club convention at Painters Lodge in Campbell River.

The camera club’s next meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. in Hardwick Hall at the corner of High Street and Third Avenue in Ladysmith. Everyone is welcome, and non-members can come to the meeting for a $5 drop-in fee.

The Ladysmith Camera Club welcomes new members from novice to pro to come explore and expand their photography. For more information about the Ladysmith Camera Club, visit http://ladysmithcameraclub.com. Brian Clemens

 

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