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Showing posts with label Alexander Clark Park. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alexander Clark Park. Show all posts

Friday, August 31, 2012

PHOTO SHOOT

We belong to the Logan U3A Camera Club. Last meeting we went on a photo shoot in Alexander Clark Park in Loganholme. Our Challenge was to photo animal, mineral and vegetable.

Vegetation-vegetable, Earth-Mineral

Concrete table-Mineral

Kookaburra (Kingfisher family)-Animal

Magpie-Animal

Berries-Vegetable
Tree-Vegetable

Twigs-Vegetable

Human-Animal

Friday, April 20, 2012

A WALK IN THE PARK 4

Yes! Believe it or not, I got TOH out doors again. I want him to be fit for our trip to LA on Sunday. This time we visited Alexander Clark Park at Loganholme, fifteen minutes drive from home. It had been raining and I was trying to juggle an umbrella and my point and shoot camera. So the shots are not clear as I was moving and holding the camera with one hand.
 It is a pretty, well maintained park, which borders the Logan River.

 Every now and then there is a pontoon for boats and for us to see the river, 

which is brown from all the rain we have been having.




We walked in a circuit, by the river, through the forest and past many BBQ areas and children's playgrounds. This one intrigued us. It was like a rail line with these pedal bikes that went along the track. We hope we can take our grandsons there one day.

Uh Oh ! TOH has spotted our car, he's picking up the pace on the home run.
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