Big Canoe Photography Club introduces signs of Spring
Big Canoe’s talented photographers—armed with their cameras and creativity-- went out on a search for signs of Spring. They shared the photos in this gallery with Smoke Signals readers. Enjoy!
Please support the Big Canoe Photography Club members who are supporting BCAR with this year’s BCAR Fundraiser Photo Shoot, set for Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Wildcat Dog Park.
The club’s photographers will be at the ready to capture beautiful and fun images of your beloved canine. You’ll be asked to make a financial contribution of your choosing, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting BCAR. You will receive digital images of the photos within about a week.
Visit the Photography Club’s website at www.bigcanoephotographers.weebly.com for information on meetings, membership, outings, and exhibitions.
|A tree at Gibbs Gardens welcomes spring with fresh buds and blooms. PHOTO BY BILL RIGBY|
|The springtime sun hits a curve of road in Big Canoe. PHOTO BY MARK GREEN|
|Cheery yellow and white daffodils paint the grounds at Gibbs Gardens. PHOTO BY RHONDA STOCK|
|The birds know it's spring in Bent Tree. PHOTO BY JEANETTE BUFFALO|
|Follow the bridge to spring at Gibbs Gardens. PHOTO BY MARY JO COX|
|Spring in Big Canoe PHOTO BY JIM SMITH|