LCC 2021 Upcoming Field Trips

It’s time we plan some fun outside photo shoots. We have done these before and had great success in the imagery, weather conditions and just plain fun!

September:        We will meet at the Roosevelt Bridge, in Stuart, South end on Friday, September 24 at 6:30 PM……..sunset is at 7:14.

                                There are picnic tables in the adjacent park for those who want to bring food, snack or drinks….also a lot of restaurants nearby.

If we are lucky a train will come by at sunset and provide really good imagery.

October:              Early morning……we will meet at Dubois Park, in Jupiter on Saturday, October 23 at 6:30 AM………sunrise is at 7:23.

                                There are picnic tables in the adjacent park for those who want to bring food, snack or drinks.

Sunrise on the Lighthouse is beautiful.

November:         We will meet at Bethesda-By-the-Sea, in Palm BeachSaturday November 13 or 20 at around 5:30 to photograph the sunset behind the skyline of West Palm Beach.

                                This will be discussed at the club meeting to decide which date the membership would prefer.

Future Events:   One thought is a return to Palm Beach around the Society of Four Arts to shoot the sculptures and walk the bike trail; also allowing sunset of WPB.

                                Also, we would like to have a shoot for ‘Light Painting’, needing a very dark venue; out west near Okeechobee of a real dark spooky cemetery.

                                For these and any other ideas we need your, the Members, input!

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About Photography By Steve daPonte

Florida Native with a love for the sights and sounds around us that are often overlooked. Welcome to Photography By Steve daPonte The world around us is full of images that are dynamic and ever changing with time. Photography captures these little slices of time, moments that pass mostly unoticed and taken for granted in our daily lives. Every photograph a visual story of life and being alive in a glorious world of line, space, color and motion.

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