The Great Outdoors Photo Contest Winners
The Great Outdoors Photo Contest
Many people have been inspired since 1917 by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven. This summer we want you to be inspired by the Great Outdoors, experience what Tom Thomson might have experienced 100 years ago. Take in what you see and capture it to share with others. This is what our “Great Outdoors, inspired by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven” photo contest is all about.
Tom painted what he saw and experienced in the wilderness of Algonquin Park. Pick up your camera this summer and capture what you see in the Great Outdoors.
The Great Outdoors is essentially a landscape photo contest.
Your entry should show inspiration from the beauty of nature and the love of the land. Have a passionate eye for colour and design and the fleeting effects of light. Each image should be from your unique personal experience.
With over 440 entries in our 2017 Photos contest our judges had their work cut out for them, part of the reason it took us so long to come up with our winners. After much deliberation our judges have the following winners to announce.
1st Place Winner:
Remy Michaels, “Algonquin Sunset … Mother Nature’s Good Night Kiss …”
Prize: Cavalcade Promaster SP424K Professional Tripod $300
2nd Place Winner:
Terry Lupton, “Fall on the Oxtongue River”
Prize: Shopping Spree at Algonquin Outfitters $250
3rd Place Winner:
Marc Gravel, “Paddlers on Grand Lake, Algonquin Park”
Prize: ENO Double Nest Hammock with Suspension & Lights $174
4th Place Winner:
Lisa Stanley, “Swirling River, Oxtongue River”
Prize: Cavalcade Blackbolt O-Bolt mini panning head $170
5th Place Winner:
Tara Lisoy, “Late Summer Sunset”
Prize: Petzl Nao 7-355 lumens reactive rechargeable head lamp $150
Brad MacDonald - Little Cabin within the Hemlocks
James Calverley - Island Lights - Cache Lake
Rick Bywater - Sunset over Dwight Beach Ontario
Ben Lavrinoff - Whitefish Lake - Centennial Trail
Chris McQuarrie - Hills of Colour
Chris McQuarrie - Algonquin Sunrise
Mike Noble - Fishing on Georgian Bay near Point au Baril
Leslie Thun - Reflections - Queer Lake
John Gall - Spring Time in Muskoka
Be sure to visit our contest page for more great contests like this.