Thursday, July 28, 2011

Blog Guelph: Farewell BG!

Hello BG!
This will be my last post for Blog Guelph and I just wanted to take a moment to thank you readers for supporting the blog, to thank you local photogs for allowing me to blog your work, and to thank you Sue for giving me the opportunity to contribute to this community. Sue has asked that we blitz you with Hillside images and I have chosen to feature Pete Kelly today, partly because he has an amazing way of selflessly photographing music, moreso photographing the effect of experiencing music. I have also selected Pete's work because Pete was one of the first people I met when I entered the local photography scene, he has an easy and open relation with photography, his continued support of BG, and the founding work he did with the Guelph Photography Club, and later his efforts with the Guelph Photographer's Guild, have endeared me to both Pete and his work. I would also like to give a thank you nod to Donna 'Denim' Dobbin for all of her support and encouraging, and for a flickr-friendship that has grown into something I never would have guessed. I have enjoyed my time with Blog Guelph, and I hope that you have enjoyed the posts. I look forward to following the new bloggers with the relaunch September.

Hope you are all having a wonderful day,

Green Shoes/Green Gear

1 comment:

Donna said...

PAULA! Nice!
I hope Pete spots your post! Wonderful!
thanks too!

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