• Furious Feathers
  • The forests of Moordoor
  • light swirl
  • Classic Tui
  •  Mother Duck
  •  TrippleNotes
  •  reaching for the sky
  • Urban dispair
  • Georgina
  • Symbols Of Changing Cultural Influences m
  • Flower In A Vase
  • Ballerina
  •  In The Pink
  • imagine
  • Last of the Summer Nectar
  • Emerging Player
  • HardAtWork
  •  The Wind Has Shaped Me
  • The Great Warrior
  • Which Balls
  • Stepping into the gloom
  • Approaching storm
  •  Fishing by the Moon m
  • Gun Beauty
  • The Textures Of Ancient Trees
  • EarlyEveningWestfromParihaka
  • Tail Feather
  • Form and Simplicity
  • Holding My Ground
  • Urban Decay Series

Blog Archive

Congratulations to all of the winners, and many thanks to Rose for again photographing all for posterity - and probably facebook!

As well, we were privileged to view images entered by several club members to National competitions throughout the year, and hear how well they had done....

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An absolutely magical time on the volcanic island proved to be a photographer's dream.


An excellent turnout, with over 20 people travelling to Hamilton under the Whangarei Camera Club banner for this event.  Seems as though a great time was had by all & if everyone took over 370 images that weekend (as I did) the pics will be many & varied.

A lovely afternoon spent at Batley included the chance to photograph Batley house up close, and hear the history from Rae Roadly who has written a book about its history and her introduction to it and her future husband Rex.

A walk around the beach provided more opportunies to savour...

Ten camera happy people enjoyed a great weekend in Hamilton on 2-3 April for the annual Balloons over Waikato festival (6 from our Club, 2 from Mid North plus a couple of ring-ins)....

Club Members from Whangarei, Dargaville and Keri Keri plus a few extras, were treated to beautiful weather on their recent trip to Ruapehu. (End of October).