Summer Challenge 2018
“Ready for the Day“
Each year we hold a Summer Challenge during June July and August. The closing date this year is 3 September, after which members are asked to vote for the winners. Each member may enter 3 images, to be sent to the club email address, with the same requirements as a competition entry –
1600×1200 pixels max, sRGB, jpg. file name -Title by your name.
You do not need to send all 3 at once.
The subject requires a little thought, but “the day” can be an event during the day – party, sports event, outing – or sun rising, birds singing (if you really want to get up early!) – or something symbolic – breakfast, toothbrush with paste etc. Be creative!
Summer Challenge 2017
“Hands at Work”
17 members entered the Summer Challenge, and we finally managed to collect 20 voters.
The clear winner was “Pottery Painting” (#17) by Angus McKay.
4th #7 Hands at work, feet at play by David Bird
5th = #23 Medieval hand writing by Paul Crook
5th = #30 Tightening by Grant Dawkins
5th = #34 The Longest Pray by Gordon Rae
Summer Challenge 2016
“Reflection(s) in the Wet”
In the end, after pointed reminders, 22 members voted and the results are:
First: with 24 points Number 17 Knahsneerg Reflection by John Wichall
Second: with 18 points Number 5 I’m Coming by Angus McKay
Third: with 11 points Number 6 Strange Reflections by Angus McKay
Fourth: with 10 points Number 22 Reflection in a Circle in a Spiral by Gordon Rae
To see all the entries go to this album
Summer Challenge 2015
“The Colour of Summer”
Summer Challenge 2014 Slideshow
“All the fun of the Fair”. “Fair” in this case can include carnivals, fetes, street parties, craft markets etc.
Results of the members’ voting is below.
Summer Challenge 2013
This year the theme is “Summer Self Portrait”.
With the Olympics dominating our summer I thought this summer’s website photo challenge
should be “Summer Sport”. Even if, like me, you will only see the main action on TV, I am
sure there will be plenty of local opportunities to get a cracking photo for the challenge.
Winner – Olympic Road Race by John Gamble