Our traditional Mince Pie Outing took place on Thursday 28 December 2023 and the venue visited was Bray, Co. Wicklow.
10 Members attended - Ann, Aoife, Barbara, Brian, Gay, Joe, Louise, Mick C, Mick W and Nora.
Note - Mick White's images are using the Pinhole Camera technique -
more info here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinhole_camera
Some Members Images from the Outing below. - More to follow hopefully!!
Here are some images from our Members of the Sunday Morning Outing to Glendalough.
On Wednesday 10 May 10 of our Members made a trip to visit the Burren in County Clare. Special thanks to Gabrielle McGrath and Dominic Gaffney who booked our accommodation and researched places to visit.
We stayed in Cappabhaile House in Ballyvaughan (where the Club Members had stayed on several previous visits) and special thanks to Conor and his team for looking after us so well. Here's the link to his website - https://www.cappabhaile.com. It was great to see some of Member Eddie Mallin's monochrome images on display at the B+B.
Also special thanks to Members of Ennis Camara Club who took the time to meet with us at the nearby Poulnabrone Dolmen despite inclement weather. Thanks to Chairman Michael Kearney, Joe Ahearne Vice Chairman, Thomas O'Flynn Outdoor Event Organiser, Michael Boland Secretary and Member Gerald McCullough. Their wealth of knowledge generously shared was much appreciated.
We will be posting our Members images from the trip to the Events Page of our website shortly.
Watch this space.
Some of our members went to the East Coast Nature Reserve, in Newcastle, Co. Wicklow for the January Sunday Morning Outing. Some images below - more to follow.
As the Aras, where we usually meet, was not available on 17/01/23, we decided to have a night outage to Dun Laoghaire.
Some of our intrepid members braved the cold and had a good time, by all accounts.
Here are some images from the night - more to follow from the group hopefully.
Our Outing was to Donadea Forest Park, and here are some images from that (COVID compliant, socially distanced) outing. More to follow......
Our Sunday Morning Outings, are normally held on the third Sunday of the month and are a great way of getting out to put all the theory we have been learning since the first lockdown into practice.
We had our second SMO since February 2019, and we visited the Phoenix Park, to see the Deer Rut. We were blessed with lovely weather, and here are some images taken by various Members from the Outing.
At last we were able to have a Sunday Morning Outing, which were normally held on the third Sunday of the month until COVID-19 put a stop to that. So today was out first SMO since February 2019, and 13 of us visited our local park, Corkagh Park. we were blessed with lovely weather, and here are some images from the Outing.