Eurobodalla Photographic Club, 2022 Programme Up and Running

Eurobodalla Photographic Club commenced our 2022 programme with an exhibition of members photographs, at the Eurobodalla Agricultural show. The exhibition was well attended and a lot of interest shown in our clubs activities which we hope will translate into potential members.

Also planned for 2022 are exhibitions at the Batemans Bay library (26 March to 2nd April). Mechanics Institute, Moruya (20-21st May) and the River of Art (16-25th Sept )

On the weekend of 28th-29th May 2022 our club will be offering a workshop and morning photo shoot at the Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens function center, led by renowned photographer and educator Len Metcalf https://lenmetcalf.com/. Limited places are available to interested non members. The programme will cater for all skill levels and provide a rare opportunity to learn from one of Australia's leading creative photographers. All enquiries to our email eurobodallaphotographicclub@gmail.com.

Our regular monthly meeting and competition was well attended given the current uncertainty with Co-Vid19. Over thirty photographs were submitted for critique and judging, by one of our experienced members, Colin Pass.

Results for the January competition.

Colour Images Gold Awards

Bindaree Waterfall Mt Stirling.-David Maltby


Sunset After the Storm Winton Wetland.-David Maltby.


Dragonfly.-Dave Kemp.


Colour Images Silver Awards

Crested Pigeon- George Cook.


Fire and Snow -Bruce McGee.


Hover Fly on Glycine -Merrick Bailey.


Wallaga Lake Bridge.-Brian Gunter.


Welcome to 2022.-Shirley Gunter.


Mono Images Gold Award

Yogi.-Dave Kemp.


Mono Image Silver Award

Great Cormorant.-Beth Westra.


Image of the Night

Dragonfly.-Dave Kemp.

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets 7.00 pm on the 4th Tuesday of the month, at Tomakin community hall, Ainslie Pde Tomakin. Visitors are welcome.

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