Our resident canoeist and kayaker – Marilyn Sprissler – kicked off the second half with a breathtaking slideshow of three recent trips she took to French River (Northern Ont), Quetico Provincial Park and San Juan River in Utah. Her images captured a unique view of the various canyon walls and forested shores from the low river perspective - gorgeous imagery throughout, taken from sunrise til sunset on her various excursions.
Larry Tayler was our next speaker where he explained why it was “Hip to be Square”. Larry has recently become entranced with the 1:1 square image format, taken in-camera (not cropped via photo-shop). He discussed the works of several photographers who have inspired him in this pursuit including Cig Harvey and Aida Muluneh. Larry ended his presentation with an eye-catching slideshow he recently shot in Australia called Tasmanian Treasures – all taken in the 1:1 format.