Do you enjoy taking digital photos of the great outdoors? Sunrises or sunsets? Wildlife? Birds? Landscapes? Flowers? If so, come share them with other amateur nature and wildlife photographers at the Chesapeake Central Library (298 Cedar Rd.) on Monday, April 27 beginning at 6:00 p.m. Bring up to 20 of your favorite photos on a USB device or a CD, and we will project them onto our movie screen for everyone to admire and discuss. Call Karen at 410-7147 if you’re interested in more information or wish to register.

Our “Nature Photo Night at the Library” group has been meeting four times a year for four years now. Photographers of all levels of expertise and ages share their nature and wildlife photos, and they use everything from phone cameras to expensive telephoto lenses to “get that shot.” We all learn from each other about local nature and wildlife and where to go to find it. We learn about each other’s camera equipment and learn each other’s “tricks of the trade.” We enjoy each other’s’ company and good fellowship, and make new friends. And new participants are always most welcome!

Here is a sampling of photos that some of our photographers showed at our most recent meeting. Please join us if you have photos you would like to share, or if you just want to see the photos that others show.

Rogard Ross Tundra Swans at Sunset, Pocosin Lakes NWR, North Carolina on New Year's DayRogard Ross took this beautiful sunset photo of Tundra Swans at Pocosin Lakes N.W.R.

Kathy Curry AzaleaKathy Curry photographed spring’s first Azaleas

Vivian White Snow Bunting 11-16-14 on the ocean side of Chincoteague Refuge (by Mike)Vivian White showed her husband Mike’s photo of a rare Virginia Snow Bunting

Bill NivenBill Niven always takes the most gorgegous sunrise photos

Debbie Economos Tundra SwansDebbie Economos captured the antics of these animated Tundra Swans

Michael Ornoff Entrance to Zion National Park after passage of storm as seen from Smithsonian Butte near Springdale, UT.And last, Michael Ornoff stunned us all with this masterpiece. Taken at the entrance to Zion National Park (Utah) after the passage of a storm as seen from Smithsonian Butte near Springdale.

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