Photography Competition… Winter 2017-18 Winners
See the winning and commended images from the Compass Winter 2017-18 photography competition below. Do let us know which one is your favourite and enter the competition for our next Compass issue to be in with a chance of winning.
We received a wonderful range of images for this issue’s photography competition, making it tough to choose our favourite. Congratulations to our winner, Judy Gordon, whose image of a sloth impressed us with its composition and fortuitous timing. She will receive a Billingham 72 camera bag, worth £100. We would also like to commend Lisa Anderson and Roger Youngs for their entries.
For the next issue of Compass, the spring-summer 2018, you could be in with a chance of winning a Buckle & Seam Duffel Willow bag, pictured right, made with premium leather. A perfect weekend holdall, it has compartments for your credit card, pens and phone, as well as a zipper pocket. The bag comes with two-year warranty and you can choose the pattern of its cotton lining.
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Winner – Life in the sloth lane by Judy Gordon
This photo was taken on the road between Monteverde and San Antonio in Costa Rica, where I was doing a private tour with our eldest daughter. Our driver spotted it and pulled over. Fortunately, I had my Canon EOS 7D and EF 100-400 lens with image stabiliser at the ready, as they move quicker than you might think!
Commended – Polar bear family, Canada by Lisa Anderson
The picture was taken from a Tundra Buggy in Hudson Bay, Canada. This was the day the sea froze over, so the polar bears could go and hunt again after a long summer with little food. A lot of polar bears in Canada migrate to this point, as it’s where the sea freezes first.
Commended – A view from the Rocky Mountaineer train by Roger Youngs
Travelling alongside the Thompson and Fraser rivers is awe-inspiring, as the dramatic scenery changes around each weave of the railway from Jasper to Vancouver. We travelled at a leisurely pace, enjoying the contrasting views along with the company of our fellow travellers.
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