Photography competition 2015

In 2015 we received 28 fantastic entries to our competition. All of the prize-winning photos are below for you to enjoy arranged under the three categories: Scenery, Nature, and Fun and Folk.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT COPYRIGHT OF ALL IMAGES ON THIS WEBSITE IS OWNED BY THE NAMED PERSON ATTACHED TO THE IMAGE, WHOM FAILING, THE ST KILDA CLUB.

Scenery

First prize

“Racing Ahead of the Storm” by David Campbell

Second prize

“Archipelago Panoramic” by David Campbell

Third prize

“The Old Street & The Modern Road” by Florence Acland

Nature

First prize

“Three Wise Men of Hirta” by Bill Cameron

Second prize

“ Boreray Gannets” by Gerry Firth

Third prize

“Fulmar on Cleit” by Helen McPherson

Fun and Folk

First prize

“In at the Deep End” by Mike Hinson

Second prize

“St Kilda Bay on the Beach” by Lucy Wheeler

Third prize

“The Last Waltz” by Anonymous

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