Woodland Cemetery October 2017

November 1, 2017

Trish Snider               Jude Layfield Laura Gillis

Corner’s Corner – 2017

May 14, 2017

Fifteen members of the STPG arrived at Corner’s Corner for a photo shoot of the spring flowers, birds and landscapes.  This is one of the club’s favourite spots to go, especially in the spring.  This is such a diverse area to photograph or just sit and enjoy the sounds of nature and smells of the […]

Dalewood Conservation Area – 2017

April 23, 2017

Seven Members of the STPG came out to the Sunday shoot at Dalewood and the water tower.  It was pretty wet around the dam area, but with boots it was workable!  The sun dappled through the trees which made for great shadows and back lighting.  After Dalewood we went around by the water tower and […]

Port Bruce – 2017

April 9, 2017

Nine members of the St. Thomas Photo Guild traveled to Port Bruce for the Sunday shoot.  The early birds caught the sunrise! 😉  It was a beautiful morning with a great sunrise and great lighting on the abundant driftwood all along the Port Bruce beach!  There were remnants of foliage from the previous summer as […]

Sharon Creek Conservation Area – 2017

April 2, 2017

Ten members of the St. Thomas Photo Guild attended the morning shoot at Sharon Creek Conservation Area.  It was a beautiful, frosty morning with many opportunities to get that “perfect” shot!  The sunrise was gorgeous as was the frost!  Members were using their imagination at all levels of perspective.  Great morning to be out with […]

Rock Glen Conservation Area – 2017

February 25, 2017

It was a very early morning for members as most drove a good hour or two over to Rock Glen Conservation. The distance however is worth it when you arrive and see that gorgeous view of the waterfall, very calming and peaceful. If you have never been, there are lots of trails to walk and […]

Forks of the Thames – 2017

February 19, 2017

Laura Gillis

Woodland Cemetery – 2016

December 11, 2016

Eight members of the St. Thomas Photo Guild met at the Woodland Cemetery.  Along with taking pictures of the monuments many deer gave us time to take some interesting photos.  It was a cool morning, but we all had fun seeing what we could photograph and watching the deer romp throughout the cemetery. After our […]

Rock Glenn

December 9, 2016

Twelve members arrived bright and early at Rock Glen. It was a beautiful morning with the sun shining.  The leaves were very pretty with lots colour!  We managed to wonder down by the falls and then off to the east end of the trail to get a look at the valley.  Laura Gillis Sharon Harbaruk […]

St. Thomas Municipal Airport – 2016

November 27, 2016

David Johann Laura Gillis John Harbaruk Sharon Harbaruk

Port Burwell Shoot – 2016

November 6, 2016

Seventeen members and their families went to the Sunday shoot in Port Burwell.  It was a beautiful sunny morning and some headed for the beach area and some went into the village area and of course the submarine was a subject for others.  It was great to see so many out!  David Johann for one […]

Quai du Vin Estate Winery

October 16, 2016

A gorgeous sunrise greeted the members at Quai du Vin Winery.  We spread out along the rows of the vineyard and enjoyed photographing the rows, leaves and of course the grapes.  The rows and rows are always a site to see and they create endless possibilities for photography.  The morning ended with a great breakfast […]

Little Beach Port Stanley

August 21, 2016

Corey Gardiner Laura Gillis  

Corners Corner

April 17, 2016

On Sunday Apr. 17, the St. Thomas Photo Guild met at Corner’s Corner Conservation Area on Fruit Ridge Line. It was a bright, sunny, warm morning that brought out 15 members! This is one of our frequent areas to gather and even though it is early spring, there is always hidden treasures to photograph. It […]

Waterworks Park

April 10, 2016

In the early spring morning of Sunday April 10, 2016, nine photographers from the St. Thomas Photographic Guild, met at about 7:30 AM at Waterworks Park. Waterworks, a well-known park in St. Thomas Ontario, is renowned for its flower gardens (in season). On this day though, brown and gray predominated, but there is always a […]