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Wayne Wendel has been a photographer since 1967, starting with an Asahi Pentax Spotmatic and developing black and white film. He was a photographer for the Houston Police Department from 1977 to 2005. Wayne has continued photography in retirement with an emphasis on birds, landscapes, travel, architecture, and sports. In 2013 he helped establish the Bridgeland Photography Club. He had and exhibit at Alliance Francaise de Houston. Wayne photographed all 254 Texas County Courthouses between[masked] and the Texas Historical Commission has exhibited some of these photos in the Texas Capital. Join us as Wayne discusses his photography of Texas County Courthouses. He has interesting stories and experiences to share.
Time again for the wonderfully whimsical, colorful, always creative Houston Art Car Parade. Let's meet at the Denny's at I-10 and Washington at 8am for breakfast and head out from there. For details about the event see https://www.thehoustonartcarparade.com
There will be performances of "Two Gentlemen of Verona" at 2pm & 7:30pm. In addition, there will be lots of other family friendly activities - crafts, face painting, archery, games, food trucks. Plus Shakespeare attire is encouraged. There should be lots to photograph. The event is free. For more details see http://www.shakespeareintheshade.org
Since Easter is in April this year, let’s see what you can do with eggs. It might be eggs with a chicken, Easter Eggs, candy eggs, Fabrege eggs, or whatever. Fried or scrambled eggs… probably not. The idea is more lighting on rounded shapes and not about food. Additional categories for April will be Open and Rework