This is the continuation of An Evening With Junk.
Once again members of Creative Photography "Following the Journey" class went on a photo shoot with their instructor Mieke van Geest to Kimco Steel on John Counter Blvd. in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
The rules were simple. Shoot for 2 hours, photograph anything and everything that caught your eye, meet back at the main entrance as we had to be let out by the night watchman.
Shot in Camera Raw and processed in the "dark room" of Adobe Lightroom 2.0 this is what I saw on that shoot.
Sharon currently lives in Kingston, Ontario with her husband Mike of 25 years after having grown up in Ottawa, Ontario. She has five children, ten grandchidren and a minature pinscher. She is a retired Administration Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces. She is a certified Municipal Manager holding the CMM III distinction and has a background in Public Administration through Ryerson University and St. Lawrence College. Sharon has completed three levels of Creative Photography at St. Lawrence College and went on to take two further levels privately with the instructor with some fellow classmates. She won the Peoples Choice Award in 2008 for an entry with the Kingston Photographic Club. You can view more of Sharon's work on her flickr site at www.flickr.com/photos/gangie