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Narooma Camera Club news


During the weekend of 4th and 5th November, nine members of the Narooma Camera Club visited Delegate. We were hosted by local residents Russell and Sharon Buckman who have a wonderful knowledge of that region and whom many of us know from previous visits. The nights were freezing (six of our members were camping), but the days were fine.

Visits were made on the Saturday to the historic “Burnima” homestead and the “Holy Transfiguration” Russian Orthodox Monastery, both in the Bombala area. Both places were very interesting and photogenic. On the Sunday we ventured over the Victorian border to visit the Errinundra rain forest – a wonderland of ferns, mosses, waratah flowers and massive trees, plus a few leeches.

Thanks go to Krysia St. Clair for organising a great trip and to Russell and Sharon Buckman for being such wonderful hosts.

On Wednesday 5 November the club held it’s monthly competition. The set subject was “minimalist”. Our judge for the evening was Ivan Finlay, a club member and a NSW Federation of Camera Clubs approved judge. Thanks go to Ivan for his incisive and informative comments.

The results of the competition were as follows:

Division A – Open category:

Gold award –Kevin Budds.

Silver award – Brian Gunter, Michelle Merry.

Division A – Set subject:

Gold award – Shirley Gunter, Michelle Merry.

Silver award – Brian Gunter (below) , Colin Pass (bottom of page).


Division B – Open category:

Gold award- Ally Aitken (below)


Silver award – Graham Harding, Sue Lawson.

Division B – Set subject:

Gold award -Brian Tilley (below).


Silver award – Debbie Flynn.

After the competition, members reviewed the photographs taken on the Delegate trip.


Above: Colin Pass "Endless Blue"

New members and visitors are always welcome. Have a look at our website www.naroomacameraclub.org and our Facebook page Facebook.com/naroomacameraclub.

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