B-U Camera Club debuts mini-exhibit in Visitor’s Center on Main Street

To kick off the month of October, Buckhannon Upshur Camera Club members have created a photo display in the windows of the Upshur County Visitor Center on Main Street in Buckhannon.  With the theme of “Hello, Fall,” photographers are sharing autumn photos of West Virginia locations such as the New River Gorge, Canaan Valley, Pipestem State Park, Fidler’s Mill and other scenic areas in our state.

B-U Camera Club photographers whose work is featured includes Gary McCoy, Terry Loudin, Karl Boone, Sharon Boone, John Simons, Al Tucker, Frank Eskew, Bonne Rifle, Sandra Miller, Reta McCoy, Kathy Gregg and Carol Meese.  You will find photos of waterfalls, lakes, trains and, of course, autumn leaves.   

The photos are viewable from the street so as you are in town taking care of business or getting your exercise, be sure to pause and peek in the window to enjoy the photography.  No masks needed for this outdoor viewing opportunity.  To take a closer look, step inside during the regular operational hours of the Upshur Visitor’s Center.

For those with a further interest in photography, we invite you to join the club.  While meetings are currently on hold, the club continues to host frequent photography outings with recent trips to the Kump Education Center in Elkins and to a Queens area farm. Club members also participate actively in their Facebook group Buckhannon Upshur Camera Club.  For further information about BUCC, text 304-406-8619.

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