As The First Half Of The Season Draws to A Close
So then. That's rattled along hasn't it?
Last week, Patrick Kaye gave a superb talk on his photography from visits to the Arctic and Antarctic. Part documentary, part fine art, his black and white square format images were a delight and his delivery engaging.
His images ranged from detailed shots of the chaotic structure of icebergs to minimalist cloudscapes. With a little ornithological help from the audience, it was an informative and thoroughly enjoyable talk.
There's another page of images for your delight and delectation too. Submissions from the "Impact" Project Night held a few weeks ago are now up on a gallery page.
Tomorrow night (17th December) is our final session of 2014 and it's our Mince Pie and Auction night. So bring in your old photographic gear/paraphernalia/books/magazines that you no longer have a use for because you never know who'll be daft enough, I mean adventurous enough to bid for it. All proceeds go to the YPS coffers so we can keep bringing you top notch speakers and subsidised biscuits.
York Photographic Society meet at 7.30pm at the Poppleton Centre with our season running from September to May. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Each meeting is punctuated by a tea break and there's always a discussion in the Poppleton Centre bar after the end of the meeting. Car parking is plentiful and free.