Sunday, 7 June 2015

“Upside Down” is July’s Monthly Theme.

Tina, the East Gwillimbury Camera Girl, started blogging in 2008 as a way to share her photos and document her progress as a photographer.  Back then photography was her new hobby.  She was just beginning to realize that she preferred to think in pictures rather than in words - to her astonishment since she had worked for years in Canada’s magazine industry as a researcher and technical writer.

Tina created her blog to showcase the Town of East Gwillimbury (EG), and City Daily Photo seemed the perfect Web community to join.  Although Tina’s blog now covers more than EG, it remains her home base - a lovely rural town, a mere 45-minute drive to Toronto, Canada’s largest city.  Close to the city, but in the country!  

Most of her photos centre on country life and the wonders of nature found in south-central Ontario...and sometimes beyond.  Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is growing at a ferocious clip.  Much of the GTA’s country life may soon be lost, only to be captured in memories and in photos.

Playing memes forces Tina to think about photo possibilities she might otherwise overlook, so it should be no surprise that CDP Theme Days appeal to her.  When thinking of a possible CDP theme, she wanted a challenge that might inspire both rural and urban photographers to play.  What about “upside down”?  

That’s a theme that can be observed and photographed in any season and just about anywhere.  So keep your eyes open and your camera handy.  Let’s see how YOU interpret “Upside down!”

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