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Narooma Camera Club celebrates past presidents

The November Narooma Camera Club competition night had many of the great presidents from over the years present for a retrospective of co founder of the NCC ( 1999) - Peter Robertson - giving an insight into his journey of photography from a little tacker to present day.

The judge on the night - and also co founder - David Dare added to the wealth of the night with his comments and advise to many. Narooma Camera Club was started in May, 2000 sharing ideas and photos with a challenge competition to inspire learning. You will find their website HERE and they also have a Facebook page to join. November 20 meeting: Judge: David Dare

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Set topic: Trees SET: Div. A: GOLD: Francis Keogh - Growth Forces Narooma Russell Howick – Pine Forest SILVER: Brian Gunter – Greenfields Russell Buckman – Trees in Yorkshire Div. B: GOLD: Bronwyn Anne – Mystical Forest SILVER: Graham Harding – Reach for the Sky Helen Watson - Solitary OPEN: Div. A: GOLD: Russell Buckman – Ben Lawler SILVER: Shirley Gunter – Smoke Trail Patterns Krysia St Clair – Butcher Bird Div. B: GOLD: Sue Lawson – Shredded over Time SILVER: Bronwyn Anne – Lost and Found Bronwyn Anne – Lavender Garden PRINTS: SET: GOLD: Brian Gunter, Cazneaux Tree OPEN: GOLD: Ally Aitken, Lillipilli Dreams

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