The programme for 2012 has been uploaded to our Calendar of Events. Access it via that blog entry, or use the EVENTS Menu at the top of the web page.
You may need to click on “Look for more”, as our first meeting of the year is some weeks away, on Monday 13 February at the Otaihanga Boating Club. Keep clicking, or switch to month mode, and you can check out the whole year.
You can also download a pdf of the KCPS 2012 Outline Programme as presently planned, but bear in mind that the calendar will always have the most up-to-date details.
If you are feeling technically savvy, you can also subscribe to the calendar and have the events automagically appear and be updated on your iPhone or iPad or iPC.
Best wishes to all for a happy and safe Christmas with family and friends, and we look forward to many outstanding images in 2012.
Congratulations to Carol Molineux, Ian Linning and Peter Beddek for their success in the 42nd Dunedin Festival of Photography.
Carol and Ian both gained honours in the Open Prints category – Carol for “Weathering the Storm”, and Ian for “Three Observers”.
Ian also had two other acceptances, and Peter had three images accepted.
Well done all three of you – this is a nice way to round out a year of excellent KCPS results in national competitions.
P.S. …. Snow
No you don’t have anything wrong with your monitor or your eyes. In tribute to Carol’s image, and this year’s extraordinary snow on the Kapiti Coast … and just because it’s Christmas … you may see some light snow falling on the KCPS website as well.
The Membership Page on this site has been updated, because when we start up again next year after the summer break:
- Regular meetings will be on Mondays rather than Tuesdays
- The new venue will be the Otaihanga Boating Club
- The competition rules have changed, so that now for each of the four salons you can submit up to two digital images (up to 1600 by 1200 pixels), and up to two prints (either colour or monochrome).
Our KCPS committee will be meeting in a couple of weeks to work on the details of the programme for next year, which will then be added to the Events calendar.
Finally, of historical interest …. if you follow the Google Maps link (the address, 19 Makora Road) for the new venue from the Membership Page, then use Street View, you’ll see a view a bit like that below. Don’t worry, our new venue is quite a bit larger than this historical view of the Boating Club!