The past week has been busy. I finally had two opportunities to visit the Viera Wetlands (also known as the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands, visit www.brevardcounty.us/NaturalResources for more information) which resulted in some excellent photo opportunities. These wetlands are part of the wastewater treatment facility for the area and provide about 200 acres of habitat for many varieties of birds, turtles, and alligators. This location has wonderful potential for future plein air painting.
I also attended the annual party of the Brevard Camera Club and was honored with an Award of Distinction in the Annual Print Competition for my photo “Camouflage”. We had a wonderful time getting better acquainted with other members and viewing the many wonderful photographs entered into the competition. Visit ccbrevard.org to see some of the excellent work created by the many talented members of this group.