FIELD TRIP GALLERIES

If you went on any of these field trips, we hope you’ll submit some of your images to our galleries.  If you didn’t go on the trips, please enjoy the photos taken by fellow members on the trips and consider joining us next time.

Our Field Trip Galleries are now hosted on Flickr.  If you don’t have a Flickr account, please create one so you can add your photos to our  field trip galleries.  Flickr is free to join and you get 1 TB of free space to host your photos.

Tutorial – How to Set-up Your Flickr Account – PDF

If you have images from any of these field trips that you’d like to contribute, click on the trip name and look for the JOIN button on the left of the gallery page.  The galleries will be open to anyone to join for 90 days after a field trip, but after that you’ll need to request an invitation from the webmaster in order to join the group.  So even if you don’t have your photos ready to upload, go ahead and join the group now so you can upload when you’re ready.


October 28, 2017
Lewis River Falls


October 14, 2017
Cranberry Harvest – Grayland, WA


September 23, 2017
Dahlia’s Galore and More


July 22, 2017
Staircase Hike – Olympic NP


June 24, 2017
Mt Saint Helens Night Photography


May 20, 2017
Mima Mounds


April 29, 2017
Bottle Beach – Westport


March 25, 2017
Olympia’s Graffiti and Street Art


February 25, 2017
Seymour Conservatory – Tacoma


January 14, 2017
Mt Rainier Winter Trip


December 2016
Holiday Lights Around Olympia


November 19, 2016
Seattle Butterfly House


October 8, 2016
Kubota Gardens, Seattle


September 17, 2016
Fire on the Mountain


August 4, 2016
Percival Landing Photo Walk


July 26, 2016
Nisqually Wildlife Refuge Photo Walk


July 19, 2016
McLane Nature Trail Photo Walk


July 16, 2016
Busek Auto Museum and Chehalis Steam Train


June 4, 2016
Seabeck Eagles


May 21, 2016
Quilt Barns of Kittitas County


April 30 – May 1, 2016
The Columbia Gorge Hood River Area


March 19, 2016
The Sights of Seattle


February 27, 2016
The Sights of Tacoma


November 22, 2015
Fantasy of Lights in Spanaway


October 24/25, 2015
Hoh Rain Forest & Ocean Beaches


September 19, 2015
Seattle Arboretum and Japanese Garden


August 8, 2015
Morton Logging Jubilee


July 23, 2015
Percival Landing Photo Walk


July 16, 2015
Lakefair Fireworks


May 30, 2015
Portland Rose Garden and Chinese Garden


May 9, 2015
Westport and Bottle Beach


April 18, 2015
Zazu’s House and Chateau Ste. Michelle


March 7, 2015
Columbia Gorge Waterfalls


December 6, 2014
Ft Nisqually and Zoo Lights


November 15, 2014
Seymour Conservatory


October 4, 2014
Cape Disappointment


September 20, 2014
Staircase Rapids


August 16, 2014
Mt. Rainier


July 12, 2014
Sequim Lavender Farms and Hurricane Ridge


June 28, 2014
Lighthouses of Puget Sound


May 24, 2014
Emerald Downs Horse Racing


April 12, 2014
Waterfalls of the Olympic Peninsula


March 22, 2014
Mt Rainier


February 22, 2014
Seymour Conservatory at Wright Park, Tacoma, WA


January 25, 2014
Seattle Center Butterfly House and Kerry Park


December 7, 2013
1855 Christmas at Fort Nisqually


How do I Share My Photos with a Group?

The first thing you need to do is to be sure you have a Flickr account and that you have joined the Group.  Go to the group you want to join and  click the “JOIN GROUP” button on the left side of the page. Then you need to upload your field trip photos to your own Flickr Photostream.  You can choose to add the photos to a group at the same time you’re uploading if you click the Add to Group link on the left side of the photo upload page. If you’ve already uploaded the photos and now want to add them to a group, there are two options.  For a single photo, go to that photo’s page, scroll down to click on the Add to Group link.   Choose the group you want to add it to, and click Done! If you have a bunch of photos to add, go directly to the Group and click the Add Photos button.  You’ll now be able to choose 6 photos from your Photostream to add to the group.  Repeat if you have more than 6 to add. Only you and the group administrator can remove a photo from a group pool. Note: If you share a photo that you marked as private with a group you are a member of, other group members will be able to see that photo, but the photo won’t be displayed for people who aren’t members of the group.  So please be sure you’re adding only public photos to our groups.