24th April, Friday
Grant Narrows Park & Pitt Polder Ecological Reserve/Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area. Leader: John Gordon Time: 9:00– Grant Narrows Park parking lot. Come join our leader John and the Langley Field Naturalists as we go to see nesting Ospreys and perhaps Sandhill Cranes. This large dyke/marsh area, with several viewing towers, is a major migration route for bird life and has the largest tidal lake in the world. It also has a great variety of bird life making it very popular with bird watchers. Meet Douglas Cres Rec Centre in Langley at 8:00 for car pool or 9:00 at Grant Narrows Park parking lot. Phone: 576-6831 or 888-1787 for info or to let us know how many for car pooling.
No charge. Sponsored by the Langley Field Naturalists
"Get Inspired" flower photography workshop Sat April 18th
Thanks everyone who attended.
Here are a few demonstration pictures I took with the P900
|P900 Handheld with soft filter for 'artistic effect'|
|P900 Telephoto shot handheld|
P900 Macro shot/handheld
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