Annual Photo Competition

Held at the clubrooms on 26th August 2021


Above bush no human

  1. Chris Tuffley - Winter walk
  2. Chris Tuffley - The Beehives
  3. Roy Ralston - Angelus Lake from climb to Angelus Peak

Above bush with human

  1. Chris Tuffley - An evening on the Dress Circle
  2. Malcolm Leary - Grant descending Nuns Veil
  3. Warren Wheeler - Turoa Climbing

Below bush no human

  1. Chris Tuffley - The Waiohine River
  2. Lynette Price - Spectacular Lake Rotoiti even on a wet day
  3. Chris Tuffley - The Ohau River

Below bush with human

  1.  Jon Atkins - Waiheke sunset
  2. Chris Tuffley - Kaipo Valley Track
  3. Martin Lawrence - Timber Trail fun


Long exposure

  1. Chris Tuffley - Winter night at Maungahuka
  2. Chris Tuffley - Night sky over Mid Waiohine
  3. Chris Tuffley - Night sky over Toka Biv

Native flora and fauna

  1. Chris Tuffley - Grey teal
  2. Chris Tuffley - Tightrope walker
  3. Sally Hewson - White heron

Overseas

  1. Chris Tuffley - In the Yorkshire Dales
  2. Chris Tuffley - In the Lakes District
  3. Chris Tuffley - Campsite in the Kowmung

Topical

  1. Chris Tuffley - Morning chat on the Whanahuia Range
  2. Elly Arnst - Rest time
  3. Chris Tuffley - Cooking dinner in the Kowmung

Categories

  • Above Bushline (no human element)
  • Above Bushline (with human element)
  • Below Bushline (no human element)
  • Below Bushline (with human element)
  • Native Flora and Fauna
  • Long Exposure - using a tripod - night or very low light situations - check FMC rules
  • Overseas
  • Topical - people in tramping related activities

Competion Rules

Photo competition rules are consistent with those of FMC – winners of our competition are automatically entered into the Interclub and the FMC competition. Entries for all categories must be taken after 1 Jan 2019.

Members can enter up to 3 entries in each category.

Please use descriptive names on each shot.

The definition of a “human element” includes people or anything else that is man-mind such as a track, hut, bridge, ice axe etc. However, if the “human element” is very small and not a major feature in the photo e.g. a track marker or distant hut, then it would count as “no human element”.

2020 Photo Competion Winners