Winner of the ‘Living’ portion of the Yellowhead 4-H Motion Photography Contest was Tessa Salle for her unique picture of a motorbike in the sky.

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Yellowhead 4-H announces Motion Photo Contest winners

By Yellowhead 4-H Photography Club Members

We were very sorry to hear about the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo being postponed for the year.

Our online only interaction is going well, where 4-H members participate by Facebook, texting, email, Zoom, and even an actual telephone at times.

We are hopeful to be able to have regular get togethers sometime in the future as we all miss seeing each other in person.

We are having fun with our 4-H Photography challenges and contests.

Here are the winners of our ‘Motion’ contest which had two categories – ‘Living’, and ‘Object’.

Winner of the ‘Object’ portion was Scarlett Wright with her strawberry falling into a glass photo, and Tessa Salle won second with her pouring fruit juice shot.

Winner of the ‘Living’ portion was Tessa Salle for her shot of the motorbike in the sky, and Isabella MacDougall won second for her photo of gumboots splashing.

We’ve just finished a really interesting challenge involving Macro photography (close up photos of stuff), which resulted in our highest participation of any challenge yet with over 30 entries.

Stay tuned for our winners of the Macro challenge, we’ll be voting on them this week.

We hope everyone is well and still doing what they need to social distance and keep healthy.

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Winner of second place in the ‘Living’ portion of the Yellowhead 4-H Motion Photography Contest was Isabella MacDougall for her photograph of “gumboots splashing”.

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