SSCC placed 9th out of 40 clubs in the final standings for the year
Buff tailed Coronet 13 Patricia Walsh
Mr and Mrs Mallard 9 Brenda Weissberg
Mealtime 10 Richard Cohen
Building A Home 11 Domenick Creaco
Sunrise on the Mara 13 Patricia Walsh
Natures Balance 13 Domenick Creaco
Results for PSA Pictorial from February 2020 competition
Scores are 1-5 by three judges.
12 Pat Walsh 'Long Nosed Bat'
9 Stan Einzig 'Antelope Canyon'
9 Marty Goldenberg 'Time on Their Hands'
9 Avery Eden 'US Open Girl'
9 Brenda Weissberg 'Lazy Lion'
8 Dom Creaco 'The Curious One'
For the month of March I will be displaying my work at the following libraries.
While Walking Through Central Park One Day Lakeview Library
Dale Chihuly Sculptures at the N. Y. Botanical Gardens Sandel Sr. Citizen
Florida Everglades Images Belmore Library
Birds in Color and Black & White* Hewlett-Woodmere Library
*All SSCC members are invited to a reception at the Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library on Saturday, March 28, 2020 from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m.
Refreshments will be available.
Howard Eichenbaum is having a showing at the Merrick Library for the month of March.
Judges for 2019-2020
Sept 25 - Jeff Mantell
Oct 23 Leon Hertzon
Nov 13 Andy Kurchy
Dec 18 Chuck Pine
Feb. 19 Kathy Bacca
Mar. 18 John Brokos
Apr 15 Marc Josloff
May 20 Susan Tiffen
Here are the results of the 2nd PSA Interclub Nature Competition.
South Shore Camera
15 Long Nosed Bat Pat Walsh
13 Juveniles Horsing Around Domenick Creaco
11 Dominance Stan Einzig
10 Capital Reef Pete Pezzulich
7 Canada Family Ellen Lee
7 Swan with Reflection Marty G
First Henry Harrow photo contest
First place Avery Eden
Second place Pete Pezzulich
Third place Carole Meyer
2019-2020 Tentative Field Trips
September - DUMBO ( via Queens Ferry)
October - Belmont Racetrackl
November - Fire Island Lighthouse
December - TBD
January - Elizabeth Morton
February - Zoo
March - Floyd Bennett Field
April - Holland Ridge Farm Tulip Festival, NJ
May - TBD
2019 - 2020 South Shore Camera Club
DUMBO (via ferry) 9/22/19 9:15 a.m.
Dumbo (down under the Manhattan bridge overpass) is one of NYC’s hippest, historic neighborhoods with unsurpassed views and the best pizza! Best of all, this trip takes you to the spots where you can take some of the best photos of NYC. Make sure your camera battery is charged and ready to go. As an added treat we will be going by ferry.
OLD RHINEBECK AERODROME - 10/20/19 10:30 a.m.
Enjoy the best air show around! Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome both entertains and educates. Shows start at 2:00 p.m. with a vintage fashion show and car parade. The flying starts at 2:30 p.m. and runs till about 4:00 p.m. The stars are the historic airplanes , including a 1909 Bleriot, the oldest regular flying plane in the Western Hemisphere; the Fokker, triplane, the most famous fighter of WW1, and a precise replica of the “Spirit of St. Louis”. In addition, to the Airshow there is a museum. There will also be pumpkin bombing, a fall festival and a WW1 spectacular with pyrotechnics. Admission is $20 for seniors.
CHINATOWN - 11/10/19 10:00 a.m.
Chinatown, NYC is the largest Chinatown in the U.S. Founded in the late 1870’s by Chinese immigrants, Chinatown offers a unique, historical and cultural experience not found anywhere else in the world. Photograph the sights, feel the pulse, challenge your senses. There is something for everyone. An endless array of restaurants, teahouses and bakeries to sample. Supermarkets, fresh produce and fish markets. So join us as we explore the neighborhood.
Hangar B is the home to Floyd Bennett Field’s historic aircraft restoration program
(H.A.R.P.). We will go inside the Hangar to photograph the dedicated volunteers working on the collection of historic aircraft. Their goal is to restore the aircraft to nearly original condition. The volunteers have even built a full scale model of Wiley Post’s Lockheed Vega “The Winnie Mae” from scratch.
HOLLAND RIDGE FARM TULIP FESTIVAL - Mid-April 2020
Visit the Tulip Festival at Holland Ridge Farm in Cream Ridge, NJ. Starting in mid-April, you can stroll the grounds, pick flowers and more.
The Tulip Festival will boast 50 acres of vibrant flowers to photograph in addition to a tulip market, plus restored barns with furry friends. Purple, pink, orange and yellow - a rainbow of blossoms will spring to life sprouting up to form a colorful quilt of flowers across the property.
UNTERMEYER PARK and GARDENS (Yonkers) - May 2020
Untermeyer Park and Gardens is the Gardens from a former grand estate in
Yonkers. Photograph the walled garden with its Greek - styled temple and amphitheater, the Temple of Love perched on a rocky outcropping and the sweeping Vista that descends to an overlook above the Hudson River and Palisades. In addition, there is the color garden and gatehouse, a river and stream garden, and a ruin and sundial garden.
Untermeyer Park is a beautiful and peaceful GEM of a park. The flowers, fountains, architectural details, and especially the view are FANTASTIC. Go and you won’t be disappointed!
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