WFS "End of Season Slide Show - 2022"

Call for Submissions

actea-rubra-600wActaea rubra - Red Baneberry. Trail To Western Brook Beach, Newfoundland. Open woods. August 1, 2019. Photo: John Maunder

To the WFS membership:

Again, this year we will be presenting a VIRTUAL "End of Season Slide Show".

Also, again, it will be exactly the same as in NORMAL years,
except that there will be no indoor screening ... Instead the show will be the subject of our January meeting as an interactive "Zoom" presentation.

The compiled show will
also be sent out to all members, via the Internet, as always.

To anyone who managed to get out of doors and do some wildflower photography, during
yet another "COVID-19 summer", WE NEED YOUR PHOTOS!

The Rules" are essentially the same as those that have been set out for NORMAL years.

1. The "Slide Show" is the yearly opportunity for members to show, and provide information about, what they did or saw,
botanically, during the preceding summer (or so).

Don't be shy! Rummage through your hard drives, and send us your best and/or most interesting images.

3. The rules for submission are: Up to FIFTEEN photos per person. No categories. No dates. No geographical restriction ...
However, the subject of submitted photos should be botanically related.

4. A
brief description of each image, describing "where, when, and what (if you know)", will add value to your submission.

5. Please note that by keeping the number of photos, per person, down to 15, we hope that the show will be less tiring, and much more enjoyable.

6. But, please note this additional
proviso. If it is required, in order to streamline the presentation still further, the compiler (John Maunder) will reserve the right to edit the total number of photos down to a still more manageable figure.

7. We request that all photo contributions be sent to our compiler (John Maunder), by, at the very latest,
December 1 ... But, the earlier, the better.

8. Please send your contributions by [1] e-mail to John ( ) [use attachments, or remote server links (i.e. WeTransfer, DropBox, etc.)]; or [2] on a thumb-drive, or a CD/DVD, via snail-mail (to "John Maunder, P. O. Box 250, Pouch Cove, NL A0A 3L0").

9. As for
photo size, please send full-sized images ... John will make any needed adjustments when he receives your photos (but, please keep the total size of any single e-mail down to about 15 MB, so that your post will not "break" his mail system)

10. As in past years, our compiler will note those photos that he considers to be "particularly noteworthy" [no set number; the selection will depend upon what is submitted to the show], and the acknowledgements of same will be incorporated into the slide show.


Don't delay.

As stated above,

[Thanks much. JOHN]

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