The annual Skibbereen Charity Adventure Race (SCAR) took place recently and as in past years a number of our members took photos of the entrants as they completed the gruelling multi-disciplinary course. Continue reading SCAR
Having visited Leap at night and enjoyed the Halloween apparitions at our last meeting, this week sees an in-house competition based around the theme of “Life After Dark.”
Congratulations to John for his winning image, The Nibbling Shop.
For the past few years the village of Leap has celebrated Halloween by displaying dozens of ghostly effigies along the main street. It has become more elaborate each year and is visited by dozens of families who check out the ghoulish scenes.
It was with some trepidation that a few brave members of the camera club ventured out after dark to try and capture these spooky apparitions…
Thanks to Patricia and Margot for the photos.
Another year, another Johnny Creedon Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The same old winner – Nicholas!
This evening saw the first of several intra-club competitions. All entries had to be printed and then presented in a strut mount for judging by three club members. There could be only one winner and that turned out to be Joy!
This week the club was delighted to have as a guest speaker, Michael O’Sullivan. Former chair of the IPF and photographer extraordinaire, Michael came to share his Fallen Angel series of photos and to talk about his work and influences. Continue reading Michael O’Sullivan and the Fallen Angels