A good day out on the Parramatta River

Seventeen members of the Digital Photography Special Interest Group and other club members enjoyed morning tea and lunch at Circular Quay after catching the all stops Betty Cuthbert ferry to town yesterday morning.  Most members had their cameras – the purpose of the exercise – and made good use of them along the way.
Even for those of us without cameras – yours truly dropped hers a few weeks ago – enjoyed the day, chatting to our mates and enjoying the scenery.
Maureen Neilsen grew up near the Parramatta river at Concord, and regaled us with stories of her childhood on the river, and the changes she’s noticed over the years.
Rain had been forecast, but luckily for us it didn’t arrive till one o’clock, after we’d finished our lunch so we caught the express ferry back to Rydalmere and Parramatta.  We all agreed it had been a very pleasant day, and were keen to organise another outing, maybe to Windsor and Richmond, to Olympic Park, lunch at the Sydney Rowing Club at Abbotsford.  There are so many possibilities…
Thank you Michael – the new co-ordinator of our Digital Photography Special Interest Group – for organising this outing.
Don’t forget, there are two 10 hour courses for digital photographers, each running most terms.  These are Manage Your Digital Photos, and Digital Photo Stories. Photographers may also be interested in trying the PowerPoint course as well, or encouraging us to run a scrapbooking class.

4 responses to “A good day out on the Parramatta River

  1. Yes, yes, yes – thank you Michael. It was a great day. Can’t wait for the next outing.

  2. I also enjoyed the day out, good company and very social, plus travelling down Parramatta River by Rivercat is always special.

    Thanks Micheal!

  3. I also enjoyed the day very much and the company of all that went. Thank you from me too Michael

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