Each summer, a photo has been taken of the campers and staff at Camp Nominingue. In the 1970s, the photographer used a camera which operated on a swivel. He would begin at one end of the group and slowly rotate the camera to reach the far end. It was possible, and a number of counsellors did their best to make it happen each summer, for a person to appear in the photo twice. A person just had to outrun the rotation of the camera!
For the last number of years, we take photos of each section – lower camp, middle camp, upper camp, staff and the LITs. The worst part of photo day is the waiting around for the photographer to capture the perfect picture!