"Camshootu3asa" is the blog of Campbelltown SA University of the Third Age (U3A) Photoshoot Group.
Each month, during term time, we meet at an agreed location to spend an hour or so taking photographs followed by morning coffee at a nearby coffee shop. Members of the group are encouraged, but not obliged, to post a selection of their "shots" on the blog each month.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Chimneys galore (Beth)

A family history study (John)

My great uncle, Frank Althorp,  was pastor of this church early in the 20th Century 
(see foundation stone below).
Sadly, the gate was locked so I was unable to do other than shoot what I could from over the fence.

Lower North Adelaide

Hint of a Regal past

Semi-detached suburbia

The wonderful parkland gum trees

Local residents keeping an eye out for strangers

Passing Traffic

Hint of a glorious architecture

The locals

The worker's cottages

Like monk's cubicles

The local watering hole

Thursday, February 6, 2014

What with all the high winds lately I hope the 'powers that be' don't develop a shark cull mentality with trees.  Without the trees I wouldn't have had this beautiful pair in my front garden on New Year's Day.
It was fascinating to watch the baby wander from the safety of mother's back to branches far higher up the tree, which were, to my mind, very unsafe.  I kept thinking "Wake up, go and get him/her!"  All was well and much later in the day they left.

 Pauline McC

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Darwin Post-Script (John)

These shots were downloaded from my daughter's Facebook page on 02 February. They are at Nightcliff beach where my earlier shots were taken when we were there at New Year. (Just for interest ).