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Eurobodalla Photographic Club news

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club held its monthly meeting on 27 June. We were pleased to welcome three visitors on the night.

Three members, Merrick Bailey; Margarita Contis and Phil Warburton, each presented their individual projects on their respective set subjects which were Bridges and Textures. Some good quality photographs were shown and they said that the exercise had been a good learning process for them.

Photographs were also shown of a trip to the Mogo Gold Rush Colony which was organised by Dianne Gee and Beth Westra and attended by members of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club and the Narooma Camera Club.

Len Glasser was our judge for the evening. Len had judged at the Narooma Camera Club the previous week so we are grateful to him for giving his time to come along to our club too. As always, Len brings a comprehensive style of judging to the competition with useful suggestions.

The set subject for the evening’s competition was Doors and Windows.

Projected set subject category:

Gold awards- Ric Banister; Rob Geraghty; George Cook; Colin Pass (Colin also won the projected Image of the Night).

Above: Colin Pass- Gold award - Crail cottage

Above: Rob Geraghty - Gold award - Opera house gold.

Silver awards – Jill Armstrong; Shirley Gunter; Michelle Merry; Brian Gunter; Rob Geraghty; Beth Westra ; Dave Kemp.

Open print category:

Gold awards – Beth Westra; Dave Kemp; Rob Geraghty. (Rob also won the open print Image of the Night).

Above: Beth Westra -Gold award -Tawny Frogmouth

Above: Dave Kemp -Silver award - Coolemine

Silver awards – Dave Kemp; Bruce McGee; Dianne Gee; Jill Armstrong; Rob Geraghty.

Visitors and new members are always welcome. You can find details of the club on our website and our Facebook page

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