January 2019 Meeting: Michael Ready

A pair of leopard dorid nudibranchs (Diaulula sandiegensis). Cave of Wonder, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA

We’re starting the new year with our first meeting on Saturday, January 12th, 2019, at the Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Library Community Room, from 2 PM to 4 PM (1:30 get together and setup – complete details at the bottom of this post).

Our main presentation will feature Michael Ready, with his presentation “Windows to Secret Worlds – natural history, science, and conservation photography in the intertidal and other vital margins.”

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December Activity: Birds of Santee Lakes

Steve Cirone - Wood Duck landing at Santee Lakes

Join us on Saturday, December 15th, for our monthly photo activity: Birds of Santee Lakes with our president and acclaimed bird photographer Steven Cirone. Our activities are not limited to club members, they’re free and open to anyone who wants to join us. If you’re interested to meet a friendly flock of bird-flavored photography geeks, come out and play with us! 🙂

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2019 Memberships Now Open

Little Lakes Valley Panorama, stitched from 5 vertical frames at 35mm focal length on a full-frame DSLR. Photo (c) Alexander S. Kunz

Photo Section membership runs for the duration of the calendar year (January through December). Our 2019 Memberships are open now in our Square web store. Sign-up or renew your Photo Section membership from the convenience of your home!

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2018 SCPS Leadership Award Recipients

The following leaders were selected at the December 1 Photo Club Holiday Party for the Sierra Club Photo Section Leadership Award.  They are the 6th, 7th, and 8th recipients of the Leadership Award in our club. Everett Mehner (1928 – 2013) Recipient # 6 – Presented by Steven Cirone Everett Mehner is being recognized posthumously … Read more…

Photo Quest December: Your Best Photo from 2018

3rd place, Wildlife Non-Captive category: Carlo Toribio

For our last Monthly Photo Quest, we’re sending you on a different mission: look at all of the photos you made in 2018 – and select one single image! Your best, most favorite, special photograph of the year. That’s the one we want to see!

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