Sorry I’m late this week! Was away in PA this weekend at “Bead Fest”! One of my other hobbies is making jewelry. Took some classes and learned new techniques plus did a LOT of shopping!
Hope you had a chance to view the eclipse today! Here in CT we weren’t in the path of totality, but some of us went outside at work and did the pinhole in the plate technique and someone let us all borrow their glasses to get a direct glimpse. Cool!
This week’s Sunday Sampler is textures from “Victory Theater” in Massachusetts that we visited in 2015. Old buildings are GREAT for textures!
No one guessed the answer to last week’s “what was this original image”! The original was a quilt of fabric circles found hanging on a wall in an antique consignment store! Here’s the pic:
So those who guessed a rug weren’t TOO far off the mark!
Last Monday I did a webinar for NPEG (National Photograpy Enthusiasts Group) that they graciously let me invite my readers to. I didn’t think it would be recorded, but it was! So if you missed the live event, here is the link to watch on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2impNoC
Thanks to Mark Perry for having me do another webinar for NPEG and for allowing us all to watch and share.
If you’d like more info on NPEG, here is their website: http://www.npegroupusa.org/
The months keep flying by and before we know it, it will be October and time for our Sedona Workshop! It’s not too late to sign up – 3 spots available. Click on the flyer below for all the details!
I also have several camera club seminars scheduled for the fall – click HERE to go to the full list. If you’re in the area feel free to stop by – camera clubs always welcome guests!