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. Moose Jaw strives to preserve it’s history which has served the city well as a popular tourist destination.

Thanks to Rob Harden, Programme Coordinator, for pulling this outing together and providing these fantastic photographs! Rob provided informative fact sheets to participants to help  guide everyone around the downtown area.

Our primary October Outing took place yesterday, the 8th Annual Kelby WorldWide PhotoWalk. 16 of 20 registered participants (most of these club members!) showed up and braved the rain. Way to go, everyone!

We are open to suggestions for an impromptu outing later this month. Please forward your suggestions to Rob at the meeting, or email him <>

Keep in mind November 11th when we plan to walk downtown Moose Jaw once more to capture Remembrance Day Impressions. Stay tunes – more details to follow.

This entry was written by annahergert and published on October 4, 2015 at 5:01 pm. It’s filed under Architectural photography, Club News, Fieldtrips, Landscape Photography, Moose Jaw Camera Club, Photography, Sharing Resources and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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