Announcing the 2014 EMP Photo Contest Winner – Judges Category

Posted on: April 13th, 2015

We’re excited to announce the winners of our annual 2014 Experience the Mountain Parks Photo Contest! This past year’s entries were amazing, and we’d like to extend a hearty thank you to everyone who entered. Stay tuned for details about our 2015 Photo Contest. Meanwhile, head to the mountain parks and take some pictures for the next contest!

Our first place prize in the Judges category goes to… David Dong! David will receive an HD Camera Outfit  (worth $1,500), courtesy of The Camera Store in Calgary. He’ll also receive a gift certificate for a Guided Interpretive Icewalk at the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park – valid for up to 5 people  – courtesy of Athabasca Glacier Icewalks (worth $425). We hope he can use his new camera to take more beautiful pictures like the prize-winning picture “Good Morning” on his Glacier Icewalk and many other adventures.

"Good Morning" – by David Dong

“Good Morning” – by David Dong

Our second place winner in the Judges category is… Barry Philippson! Barry will receive 4 Ultimate Rockies Explorer Passes, courtesy of Brewster Travel Canada. The passes provide admission for 4 people to the Banff Gondola, Banff Lake Cruise, Glacier Adventure and Glacier Skywalk (worth $440). When he uses the Ultimate Rockies Explorer Passes he’s sure to see some other scenes as stunning as the one he captures in his winning photo “Rising Above the Clouds at Bow Lake.”

Rising above the Clouds at Bow Lake

“Rising Above the Clouds at Bow Lake” – by Barry Philippson

 

We’d also like to recognize  James Anderson for receiving an Honourable Mention for his photo Turbulent Rundle. This dramatic black and white photo is amazing, too!

Turbulent Rundle

“Turbulent Rundle” – by James Anderson

And of course, we’d like to again extend our congratulations to the winner of the Voting Category, Tricia Reid. View her winning photo “Wilderness Tranquility” below.

"Wilderness tranquility" by Tricia Reid

“Wilderness tranquility” by Tricia Reid

 

 

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