Join our vice chair Alexander S. Kunz for a spring photo hike in San Diego’s Laguna Mountains! The route will include the Sunset Trail, Water of the Woods, the Big Laguna Lake, Laguna Meadows. Please continue reading if you’re interested.
The theme for our April 2019 Photo Quest was “Obstacles” and in the gallery below you can see how our participating members have interpreted the theme photographically.
You are invited to the May 2019 meeting of the Sierra Club San Diego Chapter Photo Section on Saturday, May 11th, 2019, at the Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Library Community Room, from 2 PM to 4 PM (complete details at the bottom of this article).
This month’s presentation comes from photographic-impressionistic artist Mark Wade of Blue Marble Photography.
For our April 2019 photo quest, we picked a broad topic that should give everyone plenty of ways to interpret it – the caveat being that you can submit only ONE photo as your submission to our photo quest – and the other that you’re photo must be made in April 2019, of course. The theme is:
Think about all the things that can be an obstacle, and in which way. If you have an idea, think about how you can best convey this idea in a photo. We’re looking forward to everyone’s interpretation and creative expression!
The theme for our monthly photo quest in March 2019 was “Freshwater” and our member’s submissions are in the gallery below. Thanks everyone for taking part! We hope you had fun and enjoyed making photos for the quest.
You are invited to the April 2019 meeting of the Sierra Club San Diego Chapter Photo Section on Sunday, April 14th, 2019, at the Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Library Community Room, from 2 PM to 4 PM (complete details at the bottom of this article).
Our main presentation will feature professional marine life and nature photographer Richard Herrmann, with his presentation Photographing San Diego’s Open Sea.
due to a scheduling conflict at our location
this meeting is on Sunday!
Join us for our March 2019 photographic activity – we’re going for a hike in the riparian woodlands of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve with Photo Section vice-president Alexander S. Kunz. Trails at the preserve wind through a beautiful canopy of oaks and sycamores, and along the creek that forms quiet pools and ponds here and there.
After the wonderful winter rains we had, San Diego County’s rivers and creeks are running, the waterfalls are flowing, and vernal pools & reservoirs alike are filled with fresh water.
For our March 2019 Photo Quest, we want to see…
Your photos of natural bodies of fresh water.
No salt water! Everything except the ocean!