We invite all members of the Sierra Club San Diego’s Photo Section to our May 2022 online meeting with landscape and nature photographer Jennifer Renwick, who returns to talk to us again, this time with her presentation “Curated by Nature: The Power of Photography Projects”. Please continue reading if you’re interested. Meeting date and time are at the end of this invitation.
Please join us for a “forest bathing” hike at Palomar Mountain with SCPS chair and nature photographer Alexander S. Kunz in May. Palomar Mountain’s forest offers a special treat at this time of the year: Mountain Dogwood is in bloom, and big, showy white flowers will be swaying in the breeze in the forest.
Our April 2022 activity will take us for a walk in the lovely riparian canyon of the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve in Poway. Located near Lake Poway, this is an easy out and back walk on a dirt road, with the option to get in closer contact with nature on a narrow single track trail that parallels the main road.
We invite all members of the Sierra Club Photo Section to our April 2022 Zoom online meeting with Greg Vaughn. Greg will talk about What, where, when, why, and how to photograph two of our best and most popular national parks in his presentation: Photographing Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Meeting date and time are at the end of this invitation. Please continue reading if you’re interested.
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!;-).
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.
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!