July 21, 2011 in Washington Voices

Spokane Camera Club names winners

 

“Pheasant Hunting in the Fall” earned Dorothy Detlor first place in the Monochrome Prints, Scenic category in the Spokane Camera Club annual photo salon.
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The Spokane Camera Club recently announced the winners of the 79th annual photo salon. Categories include color prints, monochrome prints, color digital and monochrome digital images.

The Camera Club has offered photography education and competition since 1932.

For more information, visit www.spokane cameraclub.org.

The photographers honored are listed under subcategories in the main competition categories.

Animal/Birds

First place: Donna Larsen, “The Golden Hour.”

People

First place: Otto Stevens, “Joy.”

Flowers

First place: Beverly Hardin, “Sunburst Water Lily.”

Still Life/Table Top

First place: Timothy Bailey, “Table by the Window.”

Snow/Ice

First place: Donna Larsen, “4 Degrees and Sunny.”

General

First place: Marilyn Bashore, “All in a Row.”

Architecture

First place: Marlene Sullivan, “One More Lace.”

Nature

First place: Donna Larsen, “Shadows and Curves.”

Machines

First place: Don McIntyre, “Sprint Boat Champ.”

Abstract

First place: Marilyn Bashore, “Waves in Wood.”

Animals/Birds

First place: Don McIntyre, “Snowy Egrets.”

People

First place: Tim Lesser, “Forever in Your Eyes.”

Flowers

First place: Ted Wiley, “Garden Flower.”

Still Life/Table Top

First place: Tim Lesser, “My Camera/ Dad’s Camera.”

Snow/Ice

First place: Dorothy Detlor, “Mountain Beauty.”

General

First place: Ted Wiley, “Magnolia Blossom.”

Architecture

First place: Ted Wiley, “Old With New.”

Scenic

First place: Dorothy Detlor, “Pheasant Hunting in the Fall.”

Nature

First place: Marilyn Bashore, “Stream to the Sea.”

Machines

First place: Don Burnell, “Blow That Whistle.”

Abstracts

First place: Ted Wiley, Architectural Design.”

Hand Colored

First place: Sister Madonna Buder, “Radiating Texture.”

Animal/Birds

First place: Jan Tenold, “Harley Plays Ball.”

People

First place: Tim Lesser, “Keeping An Eye On Ya.”

Flowers

First place: David Sams, “Balsam Root and Bee.”

Still Life/Table Top

First place: Alice Garland, “A Breath of Spring.”

Snow/Ice

First place: Donna Larsen, “Snow in the Palouse.”

General

First place: Pat Schilling, “North Head Sunset.”

Architecture

First place: Pat Schilling, “Old Needle New Fountain.”

Scenic

First place: Dorothy Detlor, “Through the Mist.”

Nature

First place: Alice Garland, “Sweet As Sugar.”

Machines

First place: Douglas Hunter, “Gotta Run.”

Abstract

First place: David Sams, “Fractured.”

Animal/Birds

First place: Carol Clark, “The Old Guys.”

People

First place: Beverly Hardin, “Civil War Officers.”

Flowers

First place: Beverly Hardin, “Balsam Root and Bee.”

Still Life/Table Top

First place: Robin Dewolf, “Passing Time.”

Snow/Ice

First place: Don McIntyre, “Blowing Snow.”

General

First place: Marilyn Bashore, “Set in Stone.”

Architecture

First place: Mary McIntyre, “Dungeness Spit Lighthouse.”

Scenic

First place: Steve Shining, “Navaho Land.”

Nature

First place: Barbara Murray, “Fog in the Forest.”

Machines

First place: Douglas Hunter, “Out to Pasture.”

Abstract

First place: David Sams, “Handrail Shadow.”

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