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Narooma Camera Club - March Report

Tuesday 20th March for the first time in a number of years we had a digital section and a print section. There was a good turnout in this area with at least 11 prints handed in. Big thank you to our Judge from Tuross - Geri Taylor Set subject: - Gold award – Brian Gunter – Mimosa Rock - Silver award – Peter Robinson – Wheels Open subject: - Gold award – Ivan Finlay – Girders - Silver award – Brian Gunter – Bollard Rope Our Digital prints produced some interesting and imaginative Triangular shapes which was the subject for the month. There was a high participation in the A Division therefore more awards were given. Geri Taylor was most informative with her critiques of the images she judged and gave a fantastic talk after the judging on the photography prints she works with.

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The competition results were as follows: Div A – Set subject: - Gold award – Krysia St Clair – Stand Alone - Gold award – Rosy Williams – Tangled Triangles - Silver award – Michelle Merry – Wheel of time - Silver award – Ally Aitken – House of Triangles Div A – Open category: - Gold award – Shirley Gunter – Eastern Spinebill - Gold award – Rosy Williams – On Alert - Silver award – Ally Aitken – Summer Lilly - Silver award – Debbie Flynn – Woman’s Work Div B – Set subject: - Gold award – Judy Morgan – Strength of Triangles - Silver award – Helen Watson – Wound Up Div B – Open category: - Gold award – Sue Lawson – Relaxing in Broome

Our next set subject is – A River Somewhere: Anything from a sleepy pastoral scene to a rushing torrent. As long as a river figures prominently in the photograph that’s fine.

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