The PEI Photography Club had it’s Christmas party Friday evening (December 5) at the start of which folks went out, alone or in groups, to shoot what they could find. Some of the photos taken that night are displayed on the Club’s Facebook page in the link in this paragraph.
There was a full moon, though not a completely clear sky, and it was C-O-L-D. Whereas others had their tripods and shot long exposures, I tried for street photography with my Sony RX100III. Hand held. Unfortunately, here weren’t many people on the street! Since I was the party organizer, I was only able to shoot for about 45 minutes, and missed the blue hour.
This is the first shot I took once outside the door.
The Confederation Centre of the Arts (theatre, art gallery, library, restaurant, studios, dance space) is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
None of these lights is particularly Christmasy, but at one corner the entire ground floor has a Christmas display of penguins, snowmen and other lighted characters.
Have you seen the John Lewis video advertisement about Monty the Penguin? It is delightfully charming. I haven’t posted the video, but here is the link to the page where you can find it. (By the way, John Lewis is a British department store.)