• Windows
  •  Spin around a slinky
  • Very still life
  • Evening catch
  • guardian of the galaxy
  • Spacebubble
  •  Stitch Bird
  • V Dancing Daisy
  • CrookedLines
  • holding it together
  • Beside The Water
  • Vivienne
  •  Ankle Busters
  • Bum-up
  •  In The Pink
  •  mimimalist
  • Steampunk lady
  • S-Neck
  •  Catch Of The Day
  • Finch
  • Hangin'Tight
  •  I have a story to tell
  • Omani Hallway
  •  SeaWater
  • Labyrinth
  • Persinware scales
  •  Honey
  • Abandoned
  • Taiharuru
  •  Stepping Out

Blog Archive

The trip to the Tangihua Lodge was enjoyed by the members who attended.  The weather was kind, and some interesting images were captured. What a great asset this place is.

On Saturday 30th July, ten Camera Club members headed to Tutukaka, but as it was very wet underfoot, the trip out to the Lighthouse was postponed, but armed with a Challenge (thank you Donna), all found plenty to photograph in and around the marina area. The results of the Challenge will be...

The Pouto trip is being held on Saturday 17 April, with a trip to the Pouto lighthouse as a highlight. There's a potential to pix toward your Fun Panorama shots, NZ Landscape Trophy, Converging Lines, and Nautical Trophy to name a few of the competitions coming up!!

Carpooling will be...

Lots of fun at the Town Basin - thanks to Christine for setting the photographic scavenger hunt. It started off wet, but turned into a lovely evening. The Hunt was supposed to take 40 min. but ended up taking 1½ hours! ending just on dark, which was ideal for visiting the Christmas lights...

Check out the new link to Johan J.Ingles-Le Nobel's web page on Macro and Extreme Macro photography. Well worth a look.  (In LINKS tab.)

At the recent AGM, Noel Herman was re-elected as President, Ruth Mooney as Secretary and Pam Stephen as Treasurer. Margaret Hooper continues as the Competition Secretary and Barbara Herman as Webmaster.
The Committee lost David Halbach, Bruce Dorset and Graham Corbet - many thanks go to...

Yes - we are going. The weather should clear later.

Our beach trip to Omamari (near Kai Iwi Lakes)on Saturday and Sunday 29/30th went fabulously. The weather was great, and the tuatuas collected were Very tasty. Photos up soon.

However, if a day dawns clear and bright, we will do a ring-around to make an impromptu day trip. If you want to be added to the phone list, please contact one of the committee with your name and phone number.

What a fantastic day we had - bush walking, sheep shearing, dog trialling, playing in the hayshed, picking mushrooms and in the evening painting with light - after dinner at the pub. And the weather was kind.
The challenge we completed on the way there was also lots of fun, and ensured we...