Sunday, November 30, 2014
Shutterbugs enjoyed a delicious meal (and each other’s company) at Peachtree Café in Thomaston on Nov. 11th. Shown in the photo, starting left and going around the table: Ellen Tew, Jim Davidson, Jan Price, Marcia Fisher, Don Brown, Melba Brown, and Dianne Kelly. Photo by Johnnie Ann Gaskill.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Shutterbugs Marcia Fisher, Don Brown, Johnnie Ann Gaskill, and guest Pat (on the far right) visited Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground on Thursday, Nov. 6th and had a wonderful time.
Below are some of the photos they took that day.
Johnnie Gaskill (3)
Don Brown photographing a water fall at Gibbs Garden.
Marcia Fisher (2)
Don Brown (3)
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The Williamson LEAF (Library, Educational, and Arts Facility) invited the Shutterbugs to display (and offer for sale) some of their beautiful images, mid-October through the end of December. Congratulations to Harolyn Castleberry, who has sold a photo! The library is located at 65 Patton Street (off Hwy. 362) in Williamson. For hours and/or directions, 770-467-4001.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The Shutterbugs will not meet during December. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hightower Memorial Library in Thomaston. (Please enter through the door on the back of the building and then turn to the right (toward the multi-media room.) Visitors are always welcome.
Friday, November 7, 2014
|Photo by Ellen Tew|
Dianne Kelly is our featured photographer for November 2014 as she loves the colors of the changing leaves in the fall. Dianne has served in several positions as an officer of West Central Georgia Shutterbugs and is also a member of Georgia Nature Photographers' Association (GNPA)--since nature, landscape, macro/closeup photography is her specialty.
Her work has been chosen for several issues of United Bank's annual calendar; has won awards at the Georgia National Fair; has been exhibited in several locations, including Callaway gardens, Thomaston-Upson Arts Council (TUAC), A Novel Experience, the Williamson LEAF (Library, Educational, and Art Facility), among others. She says, "Just being able to get out with other photographers to learn and have fun is a wonderful experience!"