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Narooma Camera Club 2019 Image of the Year Winner


Above; Francis Keogh, winner “2019 Image of the Year Trophy” presented by Wes Smith, Club President Club member Francis Keogh scored a double with his winning photos for both 1st and 2nd places in the club’s annual competition. 2019 Image of the Year 1 st place - “Twilight Idyll Kosciuszko” By Francis Keogh


2019 Image of the Year 2 nd place – “Matthews Cottage” by Frances Keogh

With a new committee for 2020, the Club is looking forward to a full program of competitions and events and is seeking new members to get involved in the Club activities. President Wes Smith says, “We intend to grow the club with a new membership drive and

ensure all forms of digital photography including mobile phones and drones are included in our event programs”. "There will be a range of photo excursions in and around the Eurobodalla Shire as well as the regular monthly photo competitions. The club is also planning to photographically record the recovery of the Shire from the bush fires. "Visitors are always welcome with the next meeting on February 18 at Club Narooma Montague room 7.00pm to 9.00 pm. So If you’re wondering what our meetings are all about why not drop by – Your first meeting is free."




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