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Raw power

Description: A section of Yosemite Falls, USA

Prize: Bushnell Bino’s – H2O – Thanks to Bushnell and Ampro Sales NZ

Posted: 03/08/17

Posted By: Peter Laurenson

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Draped

Early morning cloud pours over Saw Tooth Ridge in the Ruahines, viewed from Tiraha Peak

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Posted By: Peter Laurenson

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Goblin grotto

A goblin forest at about 1,000m on the Blue Range, Tararua Forest Park

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Posted By: Peter Laurenson

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Ice beauties

Description: Cave in Haffner Creek, Canada

Judge’s Comments: After some fairly robust discussion, 2 out of 3 judges settled on this image as the category winner – it’s a stunning formation which lends itself to ‘artistic rendition’, but the execution is clearly carefully considered. The use of a low down wide-angle forces the perspective, creating leading lines and gives the image structure. The image could easily have been ruined by a bad treatment, so it’s great to see the photographer exercise some restraint in post production. Congratulations. (Simon Waterhouse)

Prize: Black Diamond Touchstone haul bag – Thanks to Black Diamond NZ and Southern Approach

Trophy: Erica Beuzenberg Memorial Award

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Posted By: Derek Cheng

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Curiosity and Destruction

A Kea provides a lighthearted break on an alpine SAR operation in the Karangarua area. Inspecting the frayed corner of a pack “did I do that”.

Posted: 26/07/17

Posted By: Russell Adams

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