Lake Ronkonkoma – April 15, 2012

This past Sunday’s excursion to Lake Ronkonkoma was another fun day for all involved! It might not have been as interesting as Kings Park Psych. Center, but it was good to meet new people and see returning ones.

As this is a new group, it can only get better and better as we move along and find new places to explore! Or maybe we can just revisit other places with a different goal or mindset. The possibilities are endless, especially here on Long Island which has such a huge variety of places to shoot: places with beautiful scenery such as the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, abandoned buildings, creepy cemeteries, the vineyards out East…or we can even play around with some lighting and model photography for those interested.

So the future is looking pretty exciting for this little group of photographers! Can’t wait to see you at the next excursion.


~ by Craig Kempf on April 16, 2012.

6 Responses to “Lake Ronkonkoma – April 15, 2012”

  1. Thank you….for doing this for us!

  2. Skill in photography is acquired by practice and not by purchase. – Percy W. Harris

  3. Sorry i missed it, but there will be many others and I will be there… glad to see this has alot of interest and some good people coming to the excursions. Cannot wait for the next one.

  4. I love to be apart of this creative group of people, and see what they are focusing on and all have different perpectives. We are all in the same surroundings, yet the pictures all see something different. Its amazing to see the end results, and see things thru other peoples eyes. Things I hadn’t noticed, or the same thing, just another perpective of it. You are all truly talented.

    • Deanna, what you said ” Things I hadn’t noticed, or the same thing, just another perpective of it” is one the greatest side products of photography (or probably any art). You start to notice things you had never seen before or see it differently. All of a sudden you notice that the sky has SO many colors or really see the texture on a leaf or notice the differences in people’s smiles and so on. It’s really kinda nice.

    • I have to agree with both of you… Just amazes me how everyone sees the world in a different way and light… I love seeing how people progress and what they “see”… Its one of those mysteries of photography and the human mind….

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