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Southern California Roundup Chapter of PSA

 EDUCATING AND CONNECTING PEOPLE THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

10/7/2014 – Ken Cordas – When planning for the PSA Conference in Albuquerque and the Annual Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta post-Conference, I considered other New Mexico sites that I had photographed after the 2000 PSA Conference and I knew I had to return to the Taos Pueblo. The Taos Pueblo is considered to be the oldest...

4/11-19/2015 – David Somali-Chow – I really enjoy underwater photography. I got started on this adventure when I went snorkeling during a trip to Hawaii and was so enthralled with the beauty and photography opportunities that I took scuba lessons to learn to dive. On my next trip to Maui, I became “Open Water” certified. Over time...

8/23/2014 - Joanne Stolte - Flashback is a fun evening in the Village of Glendora, held annually on the weekend before Labor Day to benefit scholarships and business improvement projects. This year was the 27th Flashback and vintage cars and trucks lined Glendora Avenue, as bands played, kids enjoyed a Fun Zone, and folks enjoyed the food.

12/11/2014 – Diane Peck – Music City, USA, Nashville, Tennessee!  While it is the state’s capital, it also has much more to offer.  What a lively and interesting place to visit.  Whether or not you are a country music fan, this city is very much worth a visit anytime of the...

5/30/2015 – James D. Smith – The Gold King Mine (GKM) and Ghost Town is often overlooked because it resides in the shadow of its neighbor Jerome, Arizona. A virtual ghost town since the 1950’s, Jerome has become a bustling tourist magnet owing to its rich “Old West” history and notoriety along with quaint restaurants, bars and grills, and working artists’ colony...

7/19/2014 –Tina Crowe - I attended an Alaska Brown Bear photo tour led by Dan Holmes and Ed Pinsky. We spent 7 days at the Naknek River Camp in King Salmon, Alaska in cabins with scenic views. The cabins were rustic but had running water, power and heat. The view from the front porch was amazing and the home cooked meals were...

9/8/2014 - Diane Racey - An iconic part of American literature is the whitewash bucket and fence from “Tom Sawyer” located outside the boyhood home of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain. “Old Town” Hannibal, MO is dedicated to keeping that history alive…

     July 2014 – May 2015 Blogs

Area PSA members can share their photo adventures by sending their thoughts (approximately 300 words) and up to nine photos (with the image title as the file name, and no larger than 700px on the longest size) to the Chair. A member's personal Blog can be linked from the member's Chapter Blog submission.

3/21 & 22/2015 - George "Hutch" Hutchison - I like Air Shows. I find them to be an exciting and challenging photography venue where there is easy access for shooting and no press pass is needed to take spectacular photojournalism images – unlike a rodeo or horse race where the prime photography locations are limited ...