Feb 14: Spain & Portugal’s Greatest Hits

Flemenco (left), Equestrian School (right)
Flamenco, Granada, Spain (left); Royal Equestrian School, Jerez, Spain (right), photograph ©Robert B. Green

The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet on Wednesday, February 14, at the Community United Methodist Church, 434 Lewis St. Join us for socializing at 6 p.m., followed by a brief business meeting at 6:30 p.m. before our program. Long time photographers and those just starting out are welcome to attend.

Our program this month will be an encore presentation by Bob Green. In the fall of 2016 and 2017, Bob and his wife spent a month total traveling through Spain and Portugal: beginning in Barcelona, traveling through northern Spain via the Pyrenees and along the Way of St. James to Santiago de Compostela, then south to Porto and Lisbon. From there, they proceeded east to Evora, Portugal and Seville, Spain. Then, they traveled south to Gibraltar (a British territory) and finally through Granada, Cordoba and Toledo, finishing their journey in Madrid, in the heart of Spain.

Bob took over 3000 photos on these trips. His talk will examine six widely-accepted principles whose exercise will lead to noteworthy, compelling images. “Spain & Portugal: Greatest Hits” will include the top 50 photos from his travels and he will point out how various “rules” come into play as we view the images.

Members may bring up to 10 images on a flash drive to share with the club after the presentation. Given the program date, members are encouraged to include some images which speak to the theme of “romance”.

Author: fotohiker

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