Monday, September 28, 2009

Blog Guelph: light

, originally uploaded by PaulaRussell.

Can you guess what all these shots have in common?
You have got it! Film!

I've had a passion for film ever since I got my first digital SLR. It was a funny way of finding it, eh.
I wonder how many of you out there still carry a torch and keep film alive. There have been murmurings of a film club for Guelph, and I'll let you know all about it if it comes about.

There is also something else I want to tell you about. On Friday's post there was a comment from Elora's BIA administrator for a Monster March!

"You and your group are invited to join in the
First annual
Monster March Parade
On Saturday, October 24th, at 6 pm
Which will wind its way through Downtown Elora.

This is a non-motorized Costume Parade
Motorized vehicles of any kind/size will not be permitted
and all participants must be costumed.

The Parade will be a wonderful community event, which will also serve as an integral fundraiser for our local foodbank. We will be collecting non-perishable food items at the start and finish areas of the Parade route from McDonald Square to the Elora General Store.

If you would like to participate in this year’s Monster March,
request a registration form from the
BIA Administrator, 9 Mill St. West, Elora
Email: [email protected] Call Monday - Tues: 519-846-2563"

Have a great Monday and have a click on the photos below!


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