Photography Class - Day 7 (The Last Day)

It was an amazing 7 days.  I am thankful for this opportunity to teach photography with young people.  I am thankful that one of the camp advisors remembered me and offered me a chance.  I am proud of the kids for their hard work and dedication and also to see the fruits of their labor.  I hope that I'll be able to do this again next year, even if I won't be a middle school teacher anymore (more about that later).

Watch the video below to see our last day experiences.  We toured a university campus and then held our graduation (show-and-tell) program in the evening.

And now for some of their images.  I'm impressed.  These images were taken with a Canon point and shoot camera and Bloggies.  I'm hoping that I may be able to write a grant for some dslrs so that I can teach with those in the future.  Ok, now back to their images:

That's all for now!  Thank you for following me on this journey.  I hope you have a wonderful July 4th weekend!


  1. Beautiful collection of photos. The kids are so talented! I hope they continue to use the camera after the class too!

  2. I agree with Miss Val! Those photos are beautiful and just the kind of subject I like to photograph too -- I can't help but feeling attached to them.

    You did a great job as their teacher!

  3. Some talented kids. I really like the wasp nest shot; it looks like a face. I know you had fun with this class.


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