Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Transitioning…

22 WWPWMuch like the image above, I am busy trying to get all the proverbial “ducks”, or better, pigeons in a row. We arrived home late Wednesday, and it seems like we have hit the ground running, as my friend put it just yesterday.

I am packing – again! – for my upcoming trip to California. But there is always time for a photo outing, especially when it is the 6th Annual Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk (WWPW). Moose Jaw has just formed a new photo club, and the group decided to register for the event. Fourteen of us gathered Saturday afternoon to explore Main Street and Crescent Park. The light was wonderful – as autumn light usually is – and there was no lack of subject matter along the way. From architectural features, birds, a musician in the part, a red car and its reflections two hours was barely enough for spending time with like minded people and gathering those images we envisioned.

Rather than elaborate and add a lot more words let me upload a slide show for today. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a few of the images I captured.    

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10 thoughts on “Transitioning…

  1. Katina Chapman on said:

    Sometime this summer you offered a give away of a membership to SAQA. So my mind read it as something to do worth Saskatchewan…silly me. I recently saw those same letters in a newsletter from Carol Ann Waugh and investigated. To add to this story, on Thursday morning at our community stitching group we had a impromptu trunk show by the Atlantic rep for SAQA. The idea you placed in my mind has now grown into a big nudge. Thanks for your newsletters which often lead me to a path I would not have chosen.

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  2. Well, I like the photos, but I am more excited about your trip to California! I am really looking forward to taking your workshop at PIQF!

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  3. Hi Anna, You have said previously that success with photography is not really the type of camera that you use, but is indeed in the eye of the photographer! Wonderful photos!

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    • Thanks, Karen – it was difficult to switch from last week’s plethora or photographic opportunities. Coming back to a more sparse landscape and fewer subjects was my personal challenge.

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  4. Patsy M. Noyes on said:

    Anna, you have such a good eye for photography! Who knew Moose Jaw had such interesting archetural details.

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    • Those daring to visit or live in or near Moose Jaw think it is the best kept secret in the province, Patsy! Actually, any place has a multitude of photographic offerings – one just need to look and hone in!

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