Announcing the winners of the Winter Photo Contest

Congratulations to all entrants!  Your photos were of a very high standard and selecting just one winner in each category proved to be exceptionally difficult. 

There were no pretty butterflies or colourful flowers, but with fewer subjects to choose from in the winter, it forced a great deal of creativity and you took many stunning photos.

Because the choices were so difficult, we decided to have ‘runners up’, which appear in alphabetical order under the category.

The four First Prize winners will receive an envelope in the mail in approximately one week.

Once again, congratulations to all!

1st Place – Red-tailed Hawk. Mark Williams, Hamilton
Runner Up – Miner Bee and Pussy Willow. Doug Hall, Brantford
Runner Up – Common Garter Snake. Keith Sharp, Dundas
Runner Up – American Robin. Michelle Sharp, Dundas
Runner Up – Snail. Michelle Sharp, Dundas
Runner Up – Sparrow. Marsha Wright, Waterdown
1st Place – Sunrise over the canal. Michelle Sharp, Dundas
Runner Up – Open Seadhead. Ted Jez, Burlington
Runner Up – Leaf on Snow. Ken Kerr, Dundas
Runner Up – Snow Shore. Mike Pearson, Dundas
Runner Up – Winter tree reflection on the canal. Michelle Sharp, Dundas
1st Place – Ring-billed Gull. Rebeka Bateman, Hamilton
Runner Up – Hooded Merganser. Florina Keller, Hamilton
Runner Up – Mallards. Florina Keller, Hamilton
Runner Up – Chipmunk eating snail. Kalan Post, Hamilton
Runner Up – Chipmunk. Sarah Skinner Brown, Dundas
1st Place – Winter Leaves. Kalan Post, Hamilton
Runner Up – Puddle Reflection. Kalan Post, Hamilton
Runner Up – Bee Balm. Sarah Skinner Brown, Dundas
Runner Up – Insect on Periwinkle. Sarah Skinner Brown, Dundas

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