Congratulations to Dries Fourie from Vereeniging Photographic Society
Dries is our September winner with “Martial eagle – biggest eagle in Africa”
The Marshall Eagle is the biggest and certainly, the most majestic of all birds in Africa. Once again it is impossible to expose such an apex predator in a single picture. The Portraiture shows off the sharpness and beauty in those big bright yellow eyes, combined with a heavy powerful beak. The Feeding eagle with its prey is a living symbol of power, freedom and transcendence.
These images were taken in the Kruger Park combined with a late sunset also from the same region.
Our 1st runner-up is Rudi Pothas from Pretoria Photographic Society with “Sunfire”
Our 2nd runner-up is Pieter Venter from Westville Camera Club with “Tawny leaving the feast”
Thank you to the judges:
Heidi Broschk – Edenvale CC
GB Jordaan – AFO and Krugersdorp Kamerakiub
Elaine Els – Port Elizabeth CC
Click here for the September 2020 scoresheet for Seniors
(The images below are thumbnails only and you can click on them to enlarge them. Before you click an image, hover the mouse over the picture to see the title and the author at the bottom of your screen. For Mac Users, this might only work if your browser is Firefox.)
SEPTEMBER SENIOR CLUB WINNERS
(these images are also available on Box.com to download and show at your club evenings – just forward the webmaster your email address and ask to be added to the shared folder)
HOW DOES THIS COMPETITION WORK?
This is a PSSA monthly competition where clubs enter their monthly Senior winner onto Photovault. Appointed judges select the winning image. The monthly winner gets displayed on the home page of our Web site for the duration of the month.
For the Senior Club Competition Winner of the Month, a club representative (ideally the Chairperson) submits the Senior club winner via Photovault at www.photovaultonline.com.
Instructions on how to upload your entry onto Photovault can be downloaded here
Frequently we do require high resolutions of these images as PSSA use them for Print Exhibitions to promote PSSA as well as showcasing the work being done around the country.
At the end of the PSSA calendar year (30 June of each year) the Senior Club Competition Winning Image of the Year is selected.