Tag: Sun Lakes Camera Club

SLCC 2019-20 Creme de la Creme

Windmill at Twilight by Phyllis Peterson

Ann Posiviata Happy New Year to all! With the holidays now behind us, hopefully, you had a chance to view and perhaps photograph some of the wonderful outdoor lighting displays that pop up all around us. The holiday season presents so many opportunities to capture colorful photos, with events like the Christmas golf cart parade,…

Holiday Cheer!

'White Argentinian Giant—Spring 2020' by Burt Williams

Ann Posiviata Here is wishing all of you and those close to you a very Merry Christmas and Holiday Season! We have had a very long year and made it through together with a few adjustments, yet still fabulous photographic images! Keep moving doing the activities you love with “a twist” to them. Looking forward…

It’s Been a Bear of a Summer

Grizzly Cub at Rest by Herman Dirks

Ann Posiviata The Sun Lakes Camera Club (SLCC) would like to recognize a few members who have stood out during this COVID-19 pandemic. Our meetings may have been canceled to date, yet our members have been active in photography competitions and events. John Livoti has been active in the Photographic Society of America (PSA). He…

Can You Hear the Stillness?

Karen in Church (Image from the Sun Lakes Camera Club archives)

Ann Posiviata It takes a lot of patience to sit in stillness. And then we welcomed the 2020 year, and we are now hip deep in stillness. As photographers, we have a head start in knowing how to be patient. Patient waiting for the perfect storm to chase, patient for the exact moment an egret…

Water in the Desert?

Ann Posiviata Yes, that’s right, it is monsoon season again. The desert is a very surprising and wondrous geographical location for weather—from the extreme temperatures of over 110 degrees in the Phoenix Valley to the freezing temperatures of 32 degrees in the depths of the Grand Canyon. Yet, nothing is more spectacular than an Arizona…

Happy Birthday, America!

Ann Posiviata “Old and Blue” was taken at the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel in Death Valley Junction. It is a historic building built in 1923 and is still operational today. Just like this good country of ours, its peeling paint reveals gold beneath. Sun Lakes Camera Club member and webmaster Bob Little used his Fuji…

A New Normal

"A Good Group" taken by club member Herman Dirks during one of our adventures. Remember the camaraderie and joy of photography and this great land of ours! Thanks, Herman. Indeed, a good, if not great, group!

Ann Posiviata As we continue to abide by the current social distancing guidelines, the Sun Lakes Camera Club summer sessions will be on hold. Per our current president, our club is following all state and federal guidelines for the prevention of spreading the coronavirus COVID-19. All club activities have been postponed, rescheduled, or accommodated to meet safety…

SLCC Loves Photography

Ann Posiviata The subject of our February meeting will involve both a photo shoot by members and a talk on ways seniors can help themselves stay safe locally and abroad. Both the photo “models” and the speakers will be judo/jiu-jitsu experts. It takes a young, very athletic person usually at least 12 years to get…

Happy New Year from the SLCC

Ann Posiviata I hope this finds you all safe and rested to begin the 2020 new year. What better way than to come see Colleen Miniuk share her presentation on Wildflowers and hopefully some of her best spots to shoot them! Our featured image is by one of our veteran members, Jon Berghoff, taken with…