Our Photo Quest theme for March 2022 was “Numbers in Nature” — and exercise in seeing creatively and adjusting one’s vision beyond the literal. In this gallery, you can see how our members interpreted the theme.
This gallery shows a few photos that our members made during the Lake Hodges nature walk, which was our March 2022 outdoor activity (members received a Dropbox file request to send their photos — if you want to add one, check your inbox!;-).
We invite all 2022 members of the Sierra Club Photo Section to our March 2022 Zoom online meeting with Lauri Novak and her presentation “Seeing the World Around You”. Lauri will talk about how slowing down and seeing the world around you can help you create better images. Meeting date and time are at the end of this invitation. Please continue reading if you’re interested.
You are invited to join SCPS chair and certified chaparral naturalist Alexander S. Kunz for our March 2022 outdoor activity: a nature walk at Lake Hodges in Rancho Bernardo. Please continue reading for a description, the date and time, and meeting point.
Compared to February, our members get three more days to make a photo for our monthly photo quest! 😉 This month’s theme is Numbers in Nature. Continue reading for the details!
The theme for our February 2022 Photo Quest was “On The Ground” and here are our member’s submissions and how they interpreted the theme.
Last Saturday, members of our club went for a desert hike, at Borrego Palm Canyon. We were a small group of only seven people but as it turned out, had more pleasant temperatures in the desert than in San Diego!
Join us for our February 2022 outdoor activity. We’ll go to Anza Borrego Desert State Park for an afternoon hike with our chair Alexander S. Kunz. It has been a pretty dry winter so we’re not expecting flower blooms, but the desert is always an interesting place to photograph and explore, in particular for close-ups, details, abstracts, and also wildlife.