GSEM Forever Green Camporee

 

This weekend the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts held their “Forever Green” Camporee, celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting.  Over 2000 Girl Scouts, staff, and adult volunteers converged on the Barnstable County Fairgrounds in East Falmouth, MA for a weekend of fun, activities, friendship and stories that will probably last a lifetime (especially those who stayed for the entire event).

I was one of three photographers at the event, so I actually skewed my time to shooting video and some panoramas.   I will post the link to Gloria and Terry’s site once their pictures are ready.  If you don’t see yourself in one of my galleries, chances are they have a picture of you in theirs.

Videos and high-resolution downloads of my photographs will be available later in the week.

Here are the links to the photo galleries followed by a few of my favorites from the weekend:

(I will also fill in more details of the event later tonight — I have “real work” to do today…   Please check back here after Wednesday evening for videos and other good stuff..)

 




















3 thoughts on “GSEM Forever Green Camporee

  1. A photo treasure!! thank you for sharing and for being there to record this spectacular event. The pictures truly capture the spirit of the girls and the volunteers. Best, Ruth

  2. Great photos, as always, David!! I especially love all the bright colors, as well as all the fun and Girl Scout spirit you captured!

  3. Thanks so much for posting some of your favorite photos early! I especially love the one of Rene dressed as Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Lowe! Rene is a lifelong volunteer whose contributions have influenced both of my girls. You have a good eye for group shots, portraits and composition. I look forward to seeing more of your work. Thanks again!

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