Coastal Camera Club announces program by Jay Fleming April 10

March 23, 2013
One in the series by Jay Fleming on Yellowstone trout is this photo of Kevin Osantowski, a fisheries technician with the environmental group Yellowstone Coalition, holding a lake trout netted on a National Park Service boat. Lake trout outweigh and outlive cutthroat trout. They also prey on their smaller cousins, and one lake trout can consume some 40 cutthroats in the course of a year. BY JAY FLEMING COURTESY OF IMAGES.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM

Jay Fleming will speak to the Coastal Camera Club at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 10, on “Understanding Your Subject: Telling a Story Through Photographs.” He will present photographs he has used for stories including one on lake trout in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, that was published by National Geographic. He will also present images for a magazine story he is working on about the state of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.

This program will take place at the Cadbury at Lewes retirement community, 17028 Cadbury Circle, Lewes. Go to for directions.

Jay Fleming’s twin passions for the outdoors and photography have led to countless breathtaking photographs that illustrate both his love of the environment and his craft. He comes from a family of passionate photographers. His father, Kevin Fleming, is a former National Geographic photographer and a highly acclaimed Delaware photographer who recently presented an outstanding program at the CCC’s successful Photo Beach Bash.

At the age of 14, Jay Fleming won a grand prize with a photograph of a great egret in a national Environmental Protection Agency Wildlife of Wetlands photography competition. As a recent college graduate, he now hopes to pursue a graduate degree in resource management of fisheries economics which will allow him to promote conservation through his photographs. To learn more go

The Coastal Camera Club is dedicated to promoting an interest in photography and advancing the skills of members through sharing of photographic knowledge and experiences. For further information go to

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