Eurobodalla Photographic Club back in 2022 | News from Narooma

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club 2022 program was officially launched with an exhibition of photographs of its members at the Eurobodalla agricultural show last weekend.

It begins what projects a massive year for the club which has planned exhibitions at the Batemans Bay Library in March and April, the Mechanic’s Institute in Moruya in May and the River of Art Festival in September.

The club will also be offering a workshop and morning photo shoot at the Eurobodalla Botanical Gardens on May 28-29, led by renowned photographer and educator Len Metcalf.

The program will be available to members and non-members, and will cater for all skill levels to provide a “rare opportunity to learn from one of Australia’s leading creative photographers”, according to a club spokesperson. .

Anyone interested in participating in the program should email the club at [email protected]

Regular monthly meetings and competitions also continue to move forward despite the uncertainty of COVID-19, and over 30 photographs were submitted in January for judging by senior club member Colin Pass.

The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Tomakin Community Hall.

January competition results

Color Image Gold Awards

Bindaree Waterfall, Mount Stirling by David Malby

Sunset after the storm, Winton Wetland by David Malby

Silver Prize Color Images

crested pigeon by George Cook

fire and snow by Bruce McGee

Hovering on wisteria by Merrick Bailey

Wallaga Lake Bridge by Brian Gunter

Welcome to 2022 by Shirley Gunter

Great Cormorant by Beth Westra

This Eurobodalla Photographic Club story back in 2022 first appeared on Bay Post-Moruya Examiner.

Michael E. Marquez