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Some Kings Park Photo Club Activities on Pause Due to Covid-19. Other Activities Going Full Blast.

Monthly in-person meetings and club trips/photo shoots continue to be on pause due to the Covid-19 situation. We are conducting some meetings virtually by the Zoom Meetings App. We are also very active on-line taking and posting photos in response to daily themes. Perhaps not the ideal time to join up, but if you want […]

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Larry Kelly Wins April Work Share “Competition” WET

Fortunately, April had an abundance of rainy days for the WET theme.  After a couple of attempts during the weeks of April, I had a photo I thought was good enough to enter our “competition.” I was motivated to produce this photo by two things.  The first is a quote I came across a while back saying […]

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Club Members Conduct First Monthly Meeting Using the Zoom Virtual Meetings App

Twenty (20) club members met virtually last Thursday, April 16, 2020, using the Zoom Meetings App. The meeting went very well and we were able to conduct our usual business, and also view a presentation on Instagram by club member Eric Loehwing. We have also scheduled our next Work Share meeting for Monday, April 27th […]

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Juan Acosta Wins March 2020 Work Share “Competition” GROWTH

Congrats to Juan for winning this month’s “competition” with this simple yet complex photograph of a spring flower.   What might first grab you are the gorgeously lit yellow and yellow-orange petals of the three flowers. And they are the stars of the show for sure.  As time is stopped by the photograph, we have the opportunity […]

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Coronavirus Health Concerns Update-April 2020

Like everyone else in the world, the Coronavirus health emergency has resulted in changes to our club’s activities. Our Monthly meeting and monthly Work Share meeting sites remain closed. We are not meeting to go on photo trips. Our members are staying home and pursuing photographic activities at their homes or on limited trips locally […]

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Coronavirus Health Concerns Impact KP Photo Club

Our Monthly meeting for March 19, 2020 and our Work Share meeting for March 30, 2020 have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus health concerns. Also, we are not conducting organized photo trips until conditions warrant. As this is a developing situation, please check our Event calendar for updates on future meetings. At this point, […]

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Luann Reifert Wins February 2020 Work Share “Competition” HOW I FEEL TODAY

Congrats to Luann for winning with spinning in this past month’s themed “competition” HOW I FEEL TODAY. Caught at the peak of action, the photo conveys the joys of the “spinning dance.”  I’m not sure what the reason is, but every niece, daughter, granddaughter, and friend’s girl-kids have done this spinning dance at some point […]

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Karolin Acunto Wins January 2020 Work Share “Competition” JUST FOR FUN

Congratulations to Karolin who wins the JUST FOR FUN “competition” with this playful winter shot. Perfect timing! Lately I’ve been seeing a saying, “We really don’t deserve dogs.”  The saying is usually accompanied by a video, or photo, of a dog doing something “human,” or otherwise displaying traits or behaviors that humans should display or do […]

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Karolin Acunto Wins December 2019 “Competition” ATTRACT

Congrats to Karolin for winning this month’s contest with this playful image illustrating the theme ATTRACT. This was truly a difficult theme this month.  But it’s always interesting to see how our members respond to these challenges. Members are given little or no guidance on how to create an image that would best meet the concept […]

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Karolin Acunto Wins November 2019 "Competition" COSTUMES

Congrats to Karolin Acunto who wins the November 2019 Work Share “Competition” with this very striking photograph. Great job Karolin! Karolin is our newest club member.  In a short time she has posted some spectacular photos to our club and to other photo groups she belongs to. This photo is one of them. It’s a great photo […]

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