Photography competition 2016

We had another fantastic response to our photographic competition this year, with a total of 50 entries. 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

“Leaving under a cloud” by Richard Castro

Second prize

“Panorama of Village Bay” by Lucy Wheeler

Third prize

“Exploring the Village” by Austin Taylor

Nature

First prize

“Our St Kilda Wren” by Hugh Barton

Second prize

“Bonxie Attack” by Margaret Hocking

Third prize

“Fulmar” by Margaret Hocking

Fun and Folk

First prize

“Lachie joins the work force” by Richard Castro

Second prize

“Life at the end of The Tunnel” by Gina Prior

Third prize

“Lazy Bed” by Claire Summers

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