Re: Panorama people in Vancouver Island?
- Sorry about that, it's not clear to us either where we'll be moving
We were thinking of somewhere on the mainland first near Vancouver to
stand a better chance of getting work and then will check out
Vancouver Island during the first 6 months and weigh up the benefits.
It's a bit early now but I would be more than happy to come over to
the island for a panorama meeting. Can I bring my Pentax K1000!
> It is not clear if you are moving to Vancouver of Vancouver Island.Victoria.
> I don't know if there is anybody else in this list living in
> But sure, we can always plan a day of pano shooting. Is thereinterest
> in having such a day out?
> I am in Paris for the next 10 days but we could aim for a day in the
> second half of Oct.
- Hi Uri,
I am not an organizer too, but I am willing to learn ho to put this events together.
The key here is, how many people are willing to come to the West Coast. Lets entertain this thought!
uri-cogan <uri@...> wrote: --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Bill Acosta <tazu1000@...> wrote:
>BC, Canada (Vancouver Island). There are a few pano lovers who are
> My Name is Guillermo(Bill) Acosta and Yes I live here in Victoria,
professional photographers, enthusiast and hobbies (like myself) is
just matter of them stepping out.
I live on Salt Spring Island, between Vancouver (the city) and
Vancouver Island (Victoria).
A West Coast gathering? nice idea, but I'm no organizer. Meanwhile
I'll be happy to meet with other panographers who live or are visiting
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- Andrew, Daniel,
If we are taking votes as to where to meet, I would vote for
Victoria, it is smaller than Vancouver and easy to get around, with
plenty of great places to meet and many places that would look great
captured in a pano.