Last weekend, I went out with two young enthusiastic photographers. We started out on the trails in St. Albert, along the Sturgeon River. We had fun discovering the rail road tracks and trestle, golden leaves, a quarter moon up high, a big black crow all shimmering among the trees in autumn like sunshine. We walked slowly together as I talked a bit about composition, a new concept for the two. After seeing the big crow, we headed over to the market and took pictures of vegetables, jewellery and ornaments, all sparkling with sunlight. Time ran out - I had no idea about timing in this. We could have spent at least two more hours roaming about, finding the simple and unique to capture on camera. We decided to do it again - soon - and possibly form a club.