Weekly "Flower, Foliage and Fungi," Showcase

  • July 20, 2014 · 8:00 AM
  • Online


This is an opportunity to show

fellow FCCP Members

what you have been shooting!


This is NOT a webinar or online event!

This is an opportunity to share your

best photos with other FCCP members

via our photo galleries.


A photo gallery will be automatically created about an hour after the start of the "showcase" for everyone to post their best "Flower, Foliage and Fungi," photos.  This is not judged and there are no prizes or awards.  Please post your comments to the photos in the gallery and be respectful of your fellow members.  You do not need to enter to leave comments or share your thoughts.

This "event" takes place every Sunday to encourage everyone to go out and practice their photography.  The bottom line is the more you shoot, the better you get.  The better you get, the more fun photography becomes.  The more fun photography is, the more you shoot.  The more you shoot, the better you get . . . you get the picture (no pun intended).  This is a repeating cycle and a great way to improve.

The only "rules" are that the photos need to have been taken within the last two years and cannot have been posted on the FCCP site before.  We're trying to encourage members to post here first so that members can see original photos.

Previously posted images can be posted to your personal photo gallery and receive comments in that manner.  Thanks for your cooperation and understanding.

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