Thursday, December 31, 2020

FIELD TRIPS TO TAKE IN 2021

RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH FUN FIELD TRIPS !!!

 

 

The Field Trips Committee can’t wait til we can all gather as club members to shoot interesting places together. Until then, here are some trips you can take that offer some exciting shooting opportunities:

 

Mystic – the downtown and Seaport areas

Supply Pond, Branford

Area Towns Christmas decorations/lights

Guilford Green and surrounding historic homes, Guilford

Castle Craig and Hubbard Park, Meriden

Boothe Memorial Park, Stratford

Beardsley Zoo, Bridgeport

Wadsworth Falls, Middletown

Southford Falls, Southbury

Stamford Museum and Nature Center Barnum Arboretum, Stamford

White Memorial Center, Litchfield

Enders Falls, Granby

Kent Falls State Park, Kent

Chatfield Hollow, Killingworth

Devil's Hopyard, East Haddam

Gillette Castle State Park, East Haddam

Barkhamsted Reservoir/Saville Dam, Barkhamsted

Lighthouse Point Park, East Haven

Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse, Old Saybrook

Connecticut State Capitol, Hartford

West Cornwall Covered Bridge, West Cornwall

 

 

Sunday, December 27, 2020

January 11th "Components of an Excellent Photo" By Chane Cullens

 Join NHCC For a Program "Components Of An Excellent Photo" By Chane Cullens on January 11th at 7pm Via Zoom


How to create visually superior photos by understanding how people, including judges, connect with what they are viewing. Impact, Technical Excellence, Creativity, Style. The session ends with an interactive group discussion on evaluating a series of photos in relationship to the 12 elements.

 





Chane Cullens (CT) has been using Canon cameras since Canon introduced the Canon EOS autofocus single-lens reflex camera line in 1987.

Chane has delivered presentations to camera clubs on the “Elements of an Excellent Photo” which help photographers understand how judges look at photos as well as helping them become better judges. He has also created and delivered a follow up presentation titled, “It’s Not About Gear; Composition, Lighting, Technique and Center of Interest.” Chane is always willing to teach people new things and has delivered presentations on “Leveraging Your Camera’s Intelligence” and “The 5 Best Ways To Avoid Losing Your Photographs Our Digital World.” Three years ago, he created and continues to deliver an annual all-day hands-on photography workshop which not only covers many of the basics of photography, but also covers downloading and some post-processing of the photos. He also created and taught a class on Nature Photography for the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

Chane has taken many award-winning photos. In 2017 he won the NECCC Conference 1st Place Monochrome Print Portrait Award. The previous year two of his photos were accepted by the Connecticut Association of Photographers for their TOPS 100 selection. He also won the Best in Show Award at Flagpole Photographers’ annual competition last year and prior to that won the club’s annual Nature Award which earned his photo a permanent placement on the wall of the town library. Other award-winning photos of his can be found lining the walls of a local restaurant which were purchased after seeing them in one of the many exhibits Chane participates in.

Chane has been judging for regional camera clubs for years including both monthly competitions and annual competitions. He offers insightful critiques and suggestions to allow the maker to increase the strength of their photos.

Sunday, December 13, 2020

December 15th 7pm What is Mirrorless and Why we Chose Olympus Mirrorless

Dear NHCC members,

At the November NHCC meeting, Denise mentioned that she started an Olympus Camera share group. This would be a group for anyone who uses Olympus to share and talk about our cameras and lenses. If you are interested in joining this group please send her an email letting her know. 

December 15th 7pm (you can log on at 6:45). This first meeting is open to anyone who might be interested in mirrorless cameras in general and specifically why Tom and Lisa chose Olympus, talking about some of the unique features of the Olympus system. 

Also, if anyone would like to start a similar group for other camera models please let Denise or Jan Doyle know of your interest.

Please email Denise <denisesaldana@hotmail.com> for the zoom link

Friday, December 11, 2020

New Haven Camera Club Annual Holiday Party

 

New Haven Camera Club is Holding their Annual Holiday Party via Zoom This Year!

To make our holiday party even more festive, please use a festive image for your Zoom Background


When: December 14, 2020

Time: 7:00pm


Menu: Bring your own snacks and refreshments



Annual Slide Show

Deadline to submit your video is Friday December 11, 2020


Today is the last day to get your slide show in for the holiday party


NHCC is inviting members to present a five minute, mini-slide shows. The topic is your choice: Travel, Humor, Creative Etc., with or without narration with or without music.

Please send the slide show to Paul Peterson so he can load the shows onto the club computer. You can use the free www.yousendit.com to email large files. The shows must be in a format the computer can handle: example - .exe format from ProShow Gold on Windows or Animoto for Mac. Please remember that Zoom does not show long transitions well. So, try to simplify the transitions between your slides. 

The show file should be named as follows: Last name-FirstName-Title


Any questions or concerns about if your program will work Ask Paul Peterson: 203-488-0267 or email: pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net 

Child First Donations For Our Holiday Zoom Party

 Child First is a state-wide intervention program which focuses on helping parents and children to learn to interact and play creatively in their own homes. The families are often struggling with poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse or cognitive issues. The goal is to improve the family functioning. This year, because of COVID 19, money donations are much preferred. The money will be used as holiday gifts and therapeutic interventions.

Mail your donation to:

Ann Yost

163 Woodvale Road

West Haven, CT 06516

Please make your check out to Child First

Thank you for your generosity!

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Upcoming speakers for NHCC

  • Jan. 11 -- "Components of an Excellent Photo" by Chane Cullens 
  • Feb 1 -- "Light Painting" by Harold Ross (in coordination with NoHCC) 
  • Feb. 8 -- "Composite Photography: Capturing The Imagination" by Hannah Munroe 
  • March 8 -- "How to create dozens of colorful, abstract works of art from a single photograph" by Phil Atiyeh 
  • March 29 -- "Still Life Photography" Sandy Ballough 
  • April 12 -- "Create Still Life Images with Impact" by Mark Battista 
  • May 10 -- "Myanmar" by Bill Barnett

Monday, December 7, 2020

Child First Donations For Our Holiday Zoom Party

 

Child First is a state-wide intervention program which focuses on helping parents and children to learn to interact and play creatively in their own homes. The families are often struggling with poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse or cognitive issues. The goal is to improve the family functioning. This year, because of COVID 19, money donations are much preferred. The money will be used as holiday gifts and therapeutic interventions.

Mail your donation to:

Ann Yost

163 Woodvale Road

West Haven, CT 06516

Please make your check out to Child First

Thank you for your generosity!



New Haven Camera Club Holiday Party



New Haven Camera Club is Holding their Annual Holiday Party via Zoom This Year!


When: December 14, 2020

Time: 7:00pm


Menu: Bring your own snacks and refreshments


Annual Slide Show

Deadline to submit your video is Friday December 11, 2020


NHCC is inviting members to present a five minute, mini-slide shows. The topic is your choice: Travel, Humor, Creative Etc., with or without narration with or without music.

Please send the slide show to Paul Peterson so he can load the shows onto the club computer. You can use the free www.yousendit.com to email large files. The shows must be in a format the computer can handle: example - .exe format from ProShow Gold on Windows or Animoto for Mac. Please remember that Zoom does not show long transitions well. So, try to simplify the transitions between your slides. 

The show file should be named as follows: Last name-FirstName-Title


Any questions or concerns about if your program will work Ask Paul Peterson: 203-488-0267 or email: pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net




Sunday, November 29, 2020

Child First Donations for our Holiday Zoom Party

​Child First is a state-wide intervention program which focuses on helping parents and children to learn to interact and play creatively in their own homes. The families are often struggling with poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse or cognitive issues. The goal is to improve family functioning. This year, because of COVID 19, money donations are much preferred. The money will be used as holiday gifts and therapeutic interventions. 

​ Mail your donation to 
Ann Yost 

163 Woodvale Rd 

West Haven, CT 06516

Please make your check out to Child First. 
Thank You for your generosity!


Saturday, November 28, 2020

Fw:

Sample of Digital Ribbon

Here is an example of the digital ribbon that Lynn Curtis is developing for our club. 
The color of the ribbon can be changed.
Lynn is exploring a simpler way of adding the information to each ribbon.
If you have any ideas please contact him:
britton-curtis@comcast.net


 





New Haven Camera Club Holiday Party  

December 14, 2020       

Where: Zoom 

Time: 7PM 

Menu: bring your own snacks and refreshments 

 

 

    

 Annual Slide Show  

Deadline:  Friday, December 11, 2020 

NHCC is inviting members to present five minute, mini-slide shows.  The topic is your choice - travel, humor, creative, etc., with or without narration, with or without music.  

Please send the slide show to Paul Peterson so he can load the shows onto the club computer.  You can use the free www.yousendit.comto email large files. The shows must be in a format the computer can handle: example - .exe format form ProShow Gold on Windows or Animoto for Mac.  Please remember that Zoom does not show long transitions well. So, try to simplify the transitions between your slides.  

The show file should be named as follows:  Last name-FirstName-Title.  

Questions?  Ask Paul Peterson.  Not sure if your program will work – Ask Paul Peterson  

203-488-0267  pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net  

 






Friday, November 27, 2020

Join NHCC For a Program "I'm Alive" by Ivan Rothman November 30th at 7pm via Zoom

 Join NHCC for a program "I’m Alive" by Ivan Rothman November 30th at 7pm via Zoom

 

This is a presentation of wildlife from all across the world, set to an inspirational and uplifting musical theme.  It includes travels throughout North America including Alaska, Central and South America, the Galapagos Islands and the Falkland Islands, Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, Iceland, Japan, China and 7 countries in Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa).

I’M ALIVE

It is a celebration of wildlife from all across the world set to an uplifting musical theme. It now includes new photos from Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, more African pictures and a lot more.  Ivan recently returned from 3 weeks in Southern Africa where he specialized in “hide” photography.  He spent his time in small rooms built into the ground at the edge of watering holes - his cameras were just inches above water level and the animals  were very very close.  It was an absolutely unique experience resulting in photos unlike any he has been able to do on his many previous African trips.  Imagine photographing elephants 10 feet away from the ground with a wide angle lens - main problem was getting splashed by the elephants in the water.

 




Ivan is a retired physician from Long Island, NY with a 40+ year photography experience and a love for wildlife photography.  For the last 20 years he has travelled the world in search of nature and wildlife. 


 WELCOME to the NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB

  • Our organization was established in 1911. 
  • We have been meeting via ‘Zoom’ since March 2020, but our regular meeting place is the Unitarian Society of New Haven at 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT, at 6:45 pm on the 2nd & 4th Mondays.
  • A camera club is where the learning of photography begins, continues, and never ends.
  • Involvement in a camera club is a sure way of improving, enjoying, and sharing your hobby.]
  • Our regular meetings are FREE and open to the public. NHCC members are eligible to participate in field trips, workshops, and friendly competitions.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Flower Photography Workshop ~ December 9th

  In response to a request by a club member, Paul Peterson will conduct an informal flower photography workshop on Wednesday December 9th at 7pm, via Zoom.






This workshop is not the same Close Up Photography program that Paul has presented in the past. This workshop will cover subject matter, composition, creativity and how to give your flower photographs more impact. As we try to keep ourselves busy at this challenging time, photography in general and flower photography in particular are great ways to brighten your days. 

If you are interested in this workshop, sign up with Jan Doyle: jmdteach@comcast.net 

The Monthly Scores for the November 2020 Competition Have Been Posted

 The monthly scores for the November competition have been posted. You can find them here: November Scores  The current Cumulative competition score file can be found here: Cumulative Scores All Competition score sheets can be found here: https://bit.ly/NHCC20-21 

Updated links to the September 2020 and October 2020 score sheets can be found here: September 2020 and here: October 2020

Just a reminder that you can view the monthly image scores and the cumulative scores for the season here on our website: www.newhavencameraclub.org/p/monthly-competition-scores.html





Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Flower Photography Workshop - December 9th

 In response to a request by a club member, Paul Peterson will conduct an informal flower photography workshop on Wednesday December 9th at 7pm, via Zoom.






This workshop is not the same Close Up Photography program that Paul has presented in the past. This workshop will cover subject matter, composition, creativity and how to give your flower photographs more impact. As we try to keep ourselves busy at this challenging time, photography in general and flower photography in particular are great ways to brighten your days. 

If you are interested in this workshop, sign up with Jan Doyle: jmdteach@comcast.net 

Monday, November 16, 2020

Images are due for the November 23 Competition

November 23 Competition deadline is Friday, Nov. 20 at 11:59 PM

Images can be 1400 pixels wide and 1050 pixels high. This change is in keeping with the New England Camera Club Council which has changed its image sizes for interclub competitions.

Here are some examples of images which can be submitted:

a landscape which is 1400 x 1050

a vertical which is 800 x 1050

a square image which is 1050 x 1050

Note that the vertical dimension cannot be more than 1050.

If you accidentally forget to resize your images, Photo Contest Pro may still accept them if they are not too far off.

However, everyone should strive to resize their images to conform to the guidelines.

 

The Assigned Subject for November is "Tree(s)."

Sunday, November 15, 2020

 Join NHCC for a program "I’m Alive" by Ivan Rothman November 30th at 7pm via Zoom

 

This is a presentation of wildlife from all across the world, set to an inspirational and uplifting musical theme.  It includes travels throughout North America including Alaska, Central and South America, the Galapagos Islands and the Falkland Islands, Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, Iceland, Japan, China and 7 countries in Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa).

I’M ALIVE

It is a celebration of wildlife from all across the world set to an uplifting musical theme. It now includes new photos from Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, more African pictures and a lot more.  Ivan recently returned from 3 weeks in Southern Africa where he specialized in “hide” photography.  He spent his time in small rooms built into the ground at the edge of watering holes - his cameras were just inches above water level and the animals  were very very close.  It was an absolutely unique experience resulting in photos unlike any he has been able to do on his many previous African trips.  Imagine photographing elephants 10 feet away from the ground with a wide angle lens - main problem was getting splashed by the elephants in the water.

 




Ivan is a retired physician from Long Island, NY with a 40+ year photography experience and a love for wildlife photography.  For the last 20 years he has travelled the world in search of nature and wildlife. 


 WELCOME to the NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB

  • Our organization was established in 1911. 
  • We have been meeting via ‘Zoom’ since March 2020, but our regular meeting place is the Unitarian Society of New Haven at 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT, at 6:45 pm on the 2nd & 4th Mondays.
  • A camera club is where the learning of photography begins, continues, and never ends.
  • Involvement in a camera club is a sure way of improving, enjoying, and sharing your hobby.]
  • Our regular meetings are FREE and open to the public. NHCC members are eligible to participate in field trips, workshops, and friendly competitions.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Join NHCC for a program "Im Alive" by Ivan Rothman Nov. 30th at 7pm via Zoom

 

Join NHCC for a program "I’m Alive" by Ivan Rothman November 30th at 7pm via Zoom

 

This is a presentation of wildlife from all across the world, set to an inspirational and uplifting musical theme.  It includes travels throughout North America including Alaska, Central and South America, the Galapagos Islands and the Falkland Islands, Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, Iceland, Japan, China and 7 countries in Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa).

I’M ALIVE

It is a celebration of wildlife from all across the world set to an uplifting musical theme. It now includes new photos from Antarctica, Brazil’s Pantanal, more African pictures and a lot more.  Ivan recently returned from 3 weeks in Southern Africa where he specialized in “hide” photography.  He spent his time in small rooms built into the ground at the edge of watering holes - his cameras were just inches above water level and the animals  were very very close.  It was an absolutely unique experience resulting in photos unlike any he has been able to do on his many previous African trips.  Imagine photographing elephants 10 feet away from the ground with a wide angle lens - main problem was getting splashed by the elephants in the water.

 




Ivan is a retired physician from Long Island, NY with a 40+ year photography experience and a love for wildlife photography.  For the last 20 years he has travelled the world in search of nature and wildlife. 


 WELCOME to the NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB

  • Our organization was established in 1911. 
  • We have been meeting via ‘Zoom’ since March 2020, but our regular meeting place is the Unitarian Society of New Haven at 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT, at 6:45 pm on the 2nd & 4th Mondays.
  • A camera club is where the learning of photography begins, continues, and never ends.
  • Involvement in a camera club is a sure way of improving, enjoying, and sharing your hobby.]
  • Our regular meetings are FREE and open to the public. NHCC members are eligible to participate in field trips, workshops, and friendly competitions.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

New Haven Camera Club Now On Instagram

The New Haven Camera Club is now on Instagram! 

As discussed at the club meeting on Monday Nov. 9th, it was decided to start an Instagram account to help bring new members to the club. 

If you are on Instagram give us a follow we can be found by searching @newhavencameraclub




Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Photo Contest Pro now open for November 23 Competition

Photo Contest Pro is ready to accept your images for the November 23 Competition. The assigned subject for this month
is "Tree(s)." The deadline for submitting is Friday, November 20, at 11:59 PM

Images can be 1400 pixels wide and 1050 pixels high.

Here are some examples of images which can be submitted this year:

a landscape which is 1400 x 1050

a vertical which is 800 x 1050

a square image which is 1050 x 1050

 

Note that the vertical dimension cannot be more than 1050.

 

If you accidentally forget to resize your images, Photo Contest Pro may still accept

them if they are not too far off. However, everyone should strive to resize their images to conform to the guidelines.

 

Don't wait until the last minute to submit your images.

 

We are going to run the competition LIVE as a zoom meeting.
Details will follow.

Monday, November 2, 2020

 

NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB WORKSHOPS

 

                                


          

 

GREAT NEWS:

Paul Visnicky has volunteered to help people one-on one with Photoshop and Lightroom. 

So, email me, Jan Doyle ( jmdteach@comcast.net) with workshops in the subject line and let me know what you want to learn.  I will get the connection going.

 

                                                 

REQUEST from a New Haven Camera Club Member

 

“The NHCC has some great flower photographers, However, despite watching the scores, I am not sure what makes a good flower photo and why some flower photos score higher than others.”  I would love … a workshop on making & judging flower photos.”

Do I hear a volunteer???   Contact me:   Jan Doyle  jmdteach@comcast.net

Thursday, October 29, 2020

The monthly scores for the October competition have been posted


The CURRENT competition score files are added here:  https://tinyurl.com/NHCCscores20-21 after each competiton (2020-21) season

Just a reminder that you can view the monthly image scores and the cumulative scores for the season here on our website: http://www.newhavencameraclub.org/p/monthly-competition-scores.html 

Sunday, October 25, 2020

The monthly scores for the September competition have been posted

 The monthly scores for the September competition have been posted

The CURRENT competition score files are added here: https://tinyurl.com/NHCCscores20-21 after each competition (2020-21 season)

Just a reminder that you can view the monthly image scores and the cumulative scores for the season here on our website: http://www.newhavencameraclub.org/p/monthly-competition-scores.html 

Zoom Invitation To Monday's Competition

A link for tomorrow's Zoom meeting has been sent to club members. If you did not receive the link, please contact Paul Peterson -  pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Images are due for the October 26 Competition

October 26 Competition deadline is Friday, Oct. 23 at 11:59 PM

Images can be 1400 pixels wide and 1050 pixels high. This change is in keeping with the New England Camera Club Council which has changed its image sizes for interclub competitions.

Here are some examples of images which can be submitted:

a landscape which is 1400 x 1050

a vertical which is 800 x 1050

a square image which is 1050 x 1050

Note that the vertical dimension cannot be more than 1050.

If you accidentally forget to resize your images, Photo Contest Pro may still accept them if they are not too far off.

However, everyone should strive to resize their images to conform to the guidelines.

 

The Assigned Subject for October is "Close Ups."


Monday, October 19, 2020

PRESENTER NEEDED

 

 

I received a request from a member who would like instruction in Photoshop Elements on how to delete objects in a picture.

 

I am sure others would like that, too.

 

Can you teach that in a short workshop on Zoom?

 

Contact me, Jan Doyle, and I will set it up:  jmdteach@comcast.net

 

 

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Celebrate Fall with NHCC Field Trips!

 

We had a beautiful fall day to capture images at Strawberry Hollow Farm in Guilford for our latest NHCC field trip.

Enjoy the scenes our talented members have shared!

 

To view more images, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.831841904227758&type=3

 

 

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Give us your WORKSHOP ideas!

 

Bite Sized to Full Length Workshops

 

Have an idea that you would like to share?  But it doesn’t take a lot of time.  No Worries.  I am suggesting workshops from bite-sized to  full length workshops.  You set the time.

 

Do you know how to?

  • Add a border to an image
  • Change out the sky
  • How to attract birds at home
  • Have an effective workflow in photoshop
  • Add text in Photoshop
  • Love to use a particular filter
  • How to keep your gear clean
  • Enjoy a good photography book you want to share
  • Make Photo Cards
  • Quick n’ easy photo set-ups
  • Secret places to photo in CT
  • Anything you can think of…
  •  

I would like to schedule a workshop on Zoom. 

Contact me, Jan Doyle, at jmdteach@comcast.net and we will create a zoom workshop.

 

 

Sunday, October 11, 2020

"Infrared Connecticut" by William Barnett Oct 12th at 7pm

  Join NHCC for a program "Infrared Connecticut" by William Barnett Oct 12th at 7pm

Today there is a lot of interest in infrared photography. It is a way to explore new worlds and capture fine art images. It changes the appearance of an image by creating false tones or colors. It stimulates your creativity. In this program Bill will explore what infrared (actually near infrared) radiation is and how it renders photographs of the world. Pure infrared radiation produces only black and white images, but also including part of the visible spectrum allows colored images to be created. 

The images shown in this program are the result of an extended personal project where images from across Connecticut were captured using a series of filters. Filters included a normal visible filter and a variety of filters that admitted infrared radiation plus part of the visible spectrum. Each filter produced a different result. Bill will begin by briefly describing the Infrared Connecticut project and the reasons it was undertaken. He will describe the equipment used and compare the photographs that can be obtained using different filters. Finally, he will describe the post processing steps required for each type of filter. The presentation will conclude with a showcase selected from the many images captured during the project.


WELCOME to the NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB

  • Our organization was established in 1911. 
  • We have been meeting via ‘Zoom’ since March 2020, but our regular meeting place is the Unitarian Society of New Haven at 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT, at 6:45 pm on the 2nd & 4th Mondays.
  • A camera club is where the learning of photography begins, continues, and never ends.
  • Involvement in a camera club is a sure way of improving, enjoying, and sharing your hobby.]
  • Our regular meetings are FREE and open to the public. NHCC members are eligible to participate in field trips, workshops, and friendly competitions. 
  • Guests may enjoy viewing the many competition images, as well as the presentations.
For more information:
NHCC website: www.newhavencameraclub.org
NHCC blog: www.nhccphotoblog.blogspot.com
Email: pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Zoom Invitation to Monday's Meeting

An invitation to join Monday's meeting which will feature a presentation on Infrared Photography given by William Barnett has been sent to all NHCC members. If you did not receive an invitation, please contact Paul Peterson. His email is
pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Field Trip to Branford Cancelled....New Trip to Guilford

All Things Change Including the Supply Pond Field Trip

 

 

After talking to Paul Peterson, I did a drive -by at the Supply Pond in Branford.  The trees are a 99.9% of green.  There is a sliver of color, but just a sliver.  It is not the wonderful, fall foliage reflections of past years. Therefore, that location has been cancelled.

 

Wait….. Paul came up with an alternative:  Strawberry Hallow Farm on Route 1 in Guilford.  Extremely picturesque, pumpkins, hay, stone walls, etc.  There is even a small shop for those who love to poke around.  The website says it is a “New England Postcard.”

 

Date:  October 15, 2020                Rain date:  October 17, 2020

Time:  9:30

Location: 2171 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT

Parking:  on the Street

 

Please consider attending.  It will be fun to see everyone.

If you signed up for the Supply Pond,  you will still need to sign up for this trip.

Contact me, Jan Doyle, at jmdteach@comcast.net