The 2011 Three-Way Long Distance Interclub was a successful event for CBCC winning the competition with an aggregate of 813 pts. followed by Kaiapoi Photographic Club N.Z. on 767 pts and Gem Camera Club from Perth W.A. with 735 pts.
Individual Awards went to:
Kaiapoa P.C. Judge’s Best Image – “Bright Eyes” by Barry Feldman – CBCC.
Kaiapoa P.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Delish” by Ian Creek – CBCC.
Kaiapoa P.C. Judge’s Merit Award – ” Wedding Breakfast” by Shaun Harnett – KPC N.Z.
Gem C.C. Judge’s Best Image – “Delish” by Ian Creek – CBCC.
Gem C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Rowing Out To The Boats” by Colin Klein – CBCC.
Gem C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Snow” by Richard Laing – KPC N.Z.
Gem C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Wrench” by Roger Lancaster – GCC W.A.
Corio Bay C.C. Judge’s Best Image – “Camp” by Stephen Williams – GCC W.A.
Corio Bay C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Delish” by Ian Creek – CBCC.
Corio Bay C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Double Cut” by Graham McMaster – CBCC.
Corio Bay C.C. Judge’s Merit Award – “Wrench” by Roger Lancaster – GCC W.A.
The overall Highest Individual Scoring image was “Delish” by Ian Creek from CBCC with a score of 44pts. from a possible 45pts.
Congratulations to Ian and all the other winning entries and to everyone that participated in this competition.
A special thanks must be extended to our three judges:
Barry Smith – Kaiapoa Photographic Club Judge
Bob Litchfield – Gem Camera Club Judge
Hans Kawitzki – Corio Bay Camera Club Judge.
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