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Photographers study decay


The October meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club featured a competition for members on the topic of ‘decay’.

The judge for the night was Ivan Findlay from Narooma.

Ivan applied his expertise as a judge for over 10 years and he gave detailed critiques of each of the entries.

There was a wide range of interpretations of the topic by members.

Competition Winners:

Colour

Gold Awards: Mick Newnham – ‘Second Life”

Rob Geraghty – “Rusty Wheels”

Dave Kemp – “R.I.P”

Silver Awards: Dave Kemp – “End of the Road”

Jeanette Robben – “Logs with Fungus”

Ric Bannister – “Rain Forest Floor”

Yvonne Matthews – “Skull”

Brian Gunter – “Withdrawn from Service”

Mono

Gold Awards: Brian Gunter – “Hay Railway Shed”

George Cook – “Opening Soon”

Silver Awards: Jeanette Robben – “Fungus”

Dave Kemp – “Run out of Steam”

Image of the Night:Mick Newnham – ‘Second Life”

Local photographer, Merrick Bailey displayed 12 of his photos. These had been taken over many years with different cameras using slide film, print film and digital.

Merrick’s display included a moving account of his house that was destroyed during Cyclone Tracy.

Rob Geraghty showed 4 images of Polar Bears, which he is currently preparing for entry into the Wild Life Photographer of the Year competition.

Rob’s images depict the effect that climate change is having on the polar bears’ habitat in the Artic.

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7pm at the Tomakin Community Hall.

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