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Photo by Bill White

New Photographic Opportunities

Bill White
GNPA President

As we head into January, the weather is changing, and so are your photo opportunities. I will be photographing the eagles at Berry College this month, as well as sandhill cranes at the Hiwassee Refuge Overlook in Tennessee. If you’re interested in seeing the cranes, make sure you get there before they depart by the end of this month. (Check Jerry Black’s GNPA article here).

There is also a lot happening within GNPA right now:

  • Our annual election of officers is coming up in March. If you are interested in serving your organization, please let me know.
  • The Seventh Annual “Stand in Ansel Adams’s Footsteps” photography competition will open soon. Make sure you go online and join Meetup for Gwinnett to learn how to submit photographs.
  • We anticipate regular in-person meetings for all chapters beginning in 2022, depending on new variants of Covid-19 and access to our meeting sites. We do not have any set times yet, although some chapters are meeting now.
  • The Programs Committee will continue to bring various webinars and programs to our members through Zoom. Stay tuned for the announcements of upcoming events.
  • Mark your calendars for the 2022 Annual Expo at Jekyll Island, from April 8-11. We anticipate that registration will open in mid-to-late January. We are planning on having some great speakers, including a keynote talk from renowned photographer Arthur Morris. I hope to see you there.
  • The annual North Georgia Shootout competition is scheduled for Saturday, April 30, 2022, so long as Covid does not postpone it. Once again, the GNPA will be putting together a team to compete for fun and prizes. Be sure to check out the website for more information about this event: https://northgeorgiacameraclubcouncil.org/

See you in the field.

— Bill

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