Isn't that what it feels like sometimes - a countdown towards the end of the year, towards winter and towards the holiday season. November is also an exciting time! A time to photograph those last autumn leaves, to catch up with friends or sign up for a course. There's also some exciting photo related events around the corner. For instance, my friend Lisa McLean from Quark Expeditions just sent me an invite to attend Quark's free reception and preview of the 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum. That's Wednesday Nov. 18, 2015 between 6:30 - 8:00pm. I've seen previous years of this event and, as one would expect from the B.B.C. who organizes the contest, this is an exceptionally high quality show.
RSVP Lisa McLean before Nov.12 to be put on the guest list.
Another event (but not free) is the seminar on Nature and Landscape Photography by National Geographic. Click here for more information N.B. if you are going to register use the promo code PHOTO99 which gives you a 50% discount. Full disclosure: I'm not formally affiliated with this event - I'm showing this here because my friend Kate Pocock is helping NG with this event and because I've found the educational quality of NG products to be high. I've registered for this myself and have seen one other NG event in Toronto that was very good.