Camera captures four corners

Shuswap Photo Arts Club members share their travel adventures at the Salmar Classic Theatre in Salmon Arm.

  • Mar. 26, 2013 6:00 a.m.
This image of a Chinese woman and child are part of a Shuswap Photo Arts Club photographic voyage and fundraiser at the Salmar Classic April 7 at 2 p.m.

This image of a Chinese woman and child are part of a Shuswap Photo Arts Club photographic voyage and fundraiser at the Salmar Classic April 7 at 2 p.m.

The Shuswap Photo Arts Club invites you to sit back in your seat and travel to the four corners of the world as captured through the camera’s lens.

The photographic voyage begins at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 7 at the Salmar Classic Theatre.

Join members of the club as they share photos and experiences of their travels to  France, China, Australia and a cruise from San Diego to Peru.

The presentations are set to music and last approximately two-and-one-quarter hours.

Henry and Teri Schnell lived in France for several years. Teri will give you a glimpse into some of the lesser know picturesque French scenes. Paris may be the most-visited city in the world, but the couple discovered many other parts of the country to explore, such as Carcasonne, Colonges la Rouge, the fascinating village of the Hameau de la Reine.

Martin and Myrtle Kyllo have travelled to China several times in recent years.

Their presentation records a visit to the southwest area of Yunan province during the Chinese New Year.

Included are photos of two tribal groups on their home ground and the Red Earth country, as well as several cities and a historical village still using traditional agricultural practices.

Jerry Linowski and Carol Pierce have embarked on many cruise- ship adventures. They will share their cruise from San Diego to Peru, featuring ports of call in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Ecuador and Peru.

Ian and Wendy Clay spent 10 weeks in southeast Australia in late 2011, including exploring Sydney and the Blue Mountains.

They will show photos of some familiar sights and landmarks, as well as lesser-known ones. Scenic walks and hikes, ferry rides, interesting places and architecture are just some of what you will see.

This event is a club fundraiser for a new digital projector.

A minimum donation of $5 is requested.

For more information, contact Ian and Wendy Clay at 250-832-2350 or iwclay@shaw.ca.