Jeff and I flew into Benchmark, on the East side of the mountains. There were no fire restrictions over there and we received an inch of rain. We were stuck there an extra day and half because of the rain.
Check out these images that Daniel Kordan took from Peru of the Wave down there. Incredible shots!
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Next meeting is 12.8.2022 at Whitefish Library at 6 PM in the Northwest room. We had a nice meeting, Dwayne showed us his prints of "Harold", the large elk that has been poached from the Bison Range. He had been photographing the bull for years and had a special connection to him. Click HERE> to see the article about it in the Daily Interlake. I showed a few fall aerial shots, one of Hungry Horse Reservoir and Stanton Glacier. Dee showed some images of winter that came on top of the larch needles. She also showed images from a smokey skies and goats on the ridge. Myrna showed some images of her new product cube, which allows you take pics of products without shadows. She also showed a few fall shots. Leann showed some pics from the park. A few night time shots, bears, humming birds and more.
We had a nice meeting in February, 2023 and were greeted with an incredible sunset on the way to the meeting. I wanted to grab a shot of the sunset, but was running late and decided not to. Jeff did get a great shot of it. Our next meeting is 3.9.2023, the second Thursday of the month at Whitefish Library at 6 PM. We had a few new members to our meeting Pete and Diane Sabin, who are the parents to a long time friend Reid Sabin and Carl Hansen, a friend of Gary and Erin's. Marguerite started off the images with her shots from this year's Ski Joring. Always a fun event, but this year was in the extreme cold. Pete Sabin showed us a collection of different birds, bears, bison and more. He also had a few shots from Glacier of the ice and historic buildings. Dee showed the club some nice flower shots as a reminder that we will see the sun again. We just might have to wait until summer! Melissa brought in some photos from Senior photo shoots, some scenery shots and wildlif