2017 May; Kiama weekend

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Friday 05 /Saturday 06
Hi Team, all good to go ahead. Weather forecast looks great. So it will be another super outing!
I understand everyone has organised their own accommodation.
Meet Glen for a Friday sunset shoot followed by Saturday sunrise.
We all meet Saturday afternoon at 3 pm at Kiama Light house parking lot and move from there over to Bombo Beach for sunset at 515pm.
Dinner is organised for all at Olive & Vine – A’ La carte dinning – No BYO and CASH ONLY.
Sunday morning Sunrise 630am at Cathedral Rock – followed by Breakfast – location to be confirmed.
See you on the weekend. Cheers Jochen

Jochen thanks for all your efforts in organising the weekend. Glen and Alistair for your help at the beach, I know it was appreciated very much. Getting us to locations was a great help also. To everyone, it was great to have your company and come together and share a wonderful time of photography, conversation, fine food and drinks. It was a great weekend, perfect weather and everyone had a good time. – Joslyn Davis

I couldn’t make the entire weekend away that the club planned for the Kiama outing, but I did manage to get down on the Sunday morning early enough to participate in the sunrise shoot at Cathedral Rock; It was a great way to share ideas and techniques with other club members and I managed to get some great shots after a little bit of guidance & tuition from one of our more experienced land/seascape shooters. The sunrise shoot was followed up by some great conversation shared over a hearty breakfast and coffee in town. Great way to spend time doing something we all love, look forward to the next club event being planned for Hill End! – Ian Mills
I agree it was a fabulous weekend – Michael Hing

I learnt a lot and had a great time – Kian Mak

A fun time and I enjoyed all the locations and shoots we did – Faranak  Salehy

It was a great weekend and I enjoyed the sunset and sunrise shoots, thanks Glen for all your help – Margaret Frankish