Photograph of Glen Velzy wading through a pond of the Sunset Gun Club and retrieving a duck he shot. Glen Velzy trudges through the water in the near distance, left-of-center. He walks towards the left and carries a duck one hand and his rifle in the other. A few ducks or decoys float in the water behind and to the right of him. An embankment of the far side of the pond stretches across the image in the distance.
An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West and Keeper E. D. Hardy posing by the stile in the wetlands at the Sunset Gun Club. H. H. West stands at left and faces towards the camera. He holds onto the barrel of a gun that stands on the ground. To the right of him at center, Keeper E. D. Hardy stands on the lower step of the stile. Strings of ducks hang draped from his shoulders as he looks to the camera. Wire fencing stretches to the right from the stile and out-of-frame. Behind them, marshlands extend into the distance.
Photograph of an unidentified boy sitting in a small, rowed barge and escorting about a couple score of ducks killed on a duck shoot by H. H. West and company at the Otay Reservoir. The shoreline of Lower Otay Lake stretches from the lower left corner up to the right. The boy sits at left towards the back of the small barge that is partially ashore. The ducks lie in rows in front of him at center. Oars are affixed to the barge on either side of the boat. Another boat is partially ashore on the right. The lake expands into the distance and hills rise the background.
An out-of-focus photograph of Glen Velzy standing in a pond and picking up a duck he shot while visiting the Sunset Gun Club. Glen Velzy wades in the pond, left-of-center. He bends over, facing towards the camera, to pick up a duck out of the water. Beneath his other arm, he carries his rifle. The pond stretches into the distance behind him. A dozen or so duck decoys float behind Glen. An embankment lines the opposite end of the pond in the background.
Photograph of Guy M. West standing among the tules at Watson Spur with his dog. He stands at center, facing towards the camera, and looks down towards his dog to the left. In one hand, Guy holds a duck and with the other he holds onto his rifle which he rests atop his bent leg. Tules occupy the foreground in the lower left corner. The dog appears to walk down a slope behind these tules at left and towards Guy. Tules also stand behind and to the right of Guy and his dog, surrounding them.
Photograph, from left to right, of Walter Morosco and Frank Mellus cleaning ducks after a shoot at the Sunset Gun Club. Walter Morosco stands at left behind a pile of ducks. He faces right, but looks back to the left as he reaches an arm out-of-frame. To his right, Frank Mellus stands in the door frame of a shack. He faces to the left and looks down to the left as he holds a duck to clean it. In front of and to the right of him, a rifle rests vertically against the front of the shack. The marshland is visible behind them, stretching into the distance.