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Mono Chrome Angles and Lines

A study of lines, angles, shadows and texture on a grey day in Moose Jaw, SK, Canada.


Clad in Turquoise : Madam Butterfly or an Iridescent Dragonfly?

Whilst spending the 2015 Christmas period in Melbourne I was delighted to squeeze in the opportunity to photograph a residence that was recently acquired by two mid-century lovers of design in my family “J & D”. 766 more words



Line is one of the cornerstones of design. Without lines, shape is not possible. A perfect composition at the ground level in the Orlando Convention Center, a place to guide the eye and take in the focal point!


Shooting in the Dark

The days are getting shorter and those of us that love low light photography have more hours in the day (or over the weekend) to give our cameras a good workout. 143 more words


They're Up!

…and the Mono-Chrome Exhibition at Carol’s Catering & Cafe in Moose Jaw looks impressive.

Thanks to all the club members for submitting images. A huge thank you to Rob Harden for printing and mounting these images, and thank you to the hanging team (Rob, Pat, Jerry, Vaughn, Shane and Colin) for giving your time to hang this impressive show. 39 more words


Looking Back: September Outing

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Sunny weather and a common interest in photography brought together a small but dedicated group of club members to explore Moose Jaw’s historic architecture on Sunday, September 13th. 140 more words