A slideshow set to music will display the member-submitted entries. Following the show, the three top images in each category (Novice, Regular, and Master) will be revealed, along with the most favorite images as selected by the members.
The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville. Visitors are always welcome.
Rock Island State Park is an 883 acre park located on the headwaters of Center Hill Lake at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. The rugged beauty of the park includes the Caney Fork Gorge below Great Falls Dam. These overlooks are some of the most scenic and significant along the Eastern Highland Rim. Great Falls is a 30 foot horseshoe cascading waterfall, located below the 19th century cotton textile mill that it powered over 100 years ago. Rock Island became a Tennessee State Park in 1969.
The Caney Fork River Gorge contains scenic overlooks, waterfalls, deep pools and limestone paths perfect for hiking, swimming, fishing, kayaking and exploring. The park’s whitewater sections attract professional freestyle kayakers from around the world. It also features a natural sand beach and boating access on Center Hill Lake.
A Cookeville Camera Club ” MEMBER’S ONLY ” field trip. This annual event is a club favorite! Members are invited to be at the garden center at 7:30 AM before it opens to the public to shoot the bewildering display of gorgeous spring flowers. This annual event is a lot of fun, and makes for good practice in a controlled environment.
At 11:00 AM for those who wish, we will meet for a Dutch Treat Lunch !! Members please register at the Members Only section on the website at www.CookevilleCameraClub.com.