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Fifth Thursday - NO MEETING (7:30 PM EST)
Jane Vincent-Havelka - "Guatemala: Crosses Among the Colours" (7:15 PM EST)
Join Jane Vincent-Havelka, London photographer, as she travels through the highlands of Guatemala.   This region of volcanoes is home to the Mayan peoples with their unique culture and colours, but also part of a country that suffered terrible violence for some thirty-five years.   Reminders of its Spanish past are mixed with Mayan archaeology, and the villages are well-known for their markets, festivals and distinctive dress. There will be a $10 admission fee for non-members.
Competition 3 Closes (11:59 PM EST)
David Chapman - "Storm Chasing in Ontario" (7:15 PM EST)
Experience the entire life cycle of thunderstorms with this exciting and educational presentation. See how they form and develop into powerful lightning and wind storms. Watch an Ontario supercell tornado from start to finish as it cuts a path through the countryside near Arthur, Canada as well as two other tornadoes to hit our province. A very powerful presentation explaining the effects storms have in Ontario. David T. Chapman started doing photography as well as storm chasing at the age of 16. He is self-taught in the art of photography and has been pursuing his career professionally since the age of eighteen. He learned at a very young age from his father to appreciate his environment in the surrounding countryside. He enjoys taking photographs of weather phenomena, especially lightning, as well as scenery and nature. David likes to seek out unusual examples of nature such as superior mirages, albino birds, ice caves and various types of naturally created vortexes, ranging in size from dust devils to tornadoes. In the course of his work, David has studied meteorology, ornithology and the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, which can even be seen in all of southern Ontario if the conditions are right. David is also a professional speaker and enjoys entertaining and educating a great crowd. His main areas of expertise are Weather/Aurora Borealis, Local Interests and Scenery of Ontario, Birds and Wildlife.  There will be a $10 admission fee for non-members.
Members' Night (7:30 PM EST)
On Member Nights, we ask members of all skill levels to show and tell for typically 15 - 20 minutes on an aspect of photography that they have discovered or have become proficient in. These could be photographic techniques, hardware or software you have come across. Contact Gordon Wood if you have a topic you would like to present.
Third Competition Results (7:30 PM EST)
Digital only.
Competition 4 Opens

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