IPF National Nature Finals 2013 – SACC Club Members Shine!

We’re delighted to report that it’s an SACC club member who takes home the top prize from the IPF National Nature Finals held on Saturday, March 9th 2013 in Kilkenny.

The congratulations go to Michael Murphy from Cork Camera Group for his image “Irish Hare in Morning Dew” which won ‘Best overall image’.  This image topped the Projected Image – Open section and Michael also claimed a bronze medal in the same category. Well done Michael!

We also are very pleased to recognise the achievement of Bill Power from Mallow Camera Club (and our very own SACC Chairman!) who took home no less than three awards. Bill placed first in Colour Print – Theme (Peatland Ireland)  with “Griston Bullrush”, second in the Colour Print -Open  with “Amethyst Deceiver” and also received an honourable mention for “Toadstool Triplets” in Projected Image – Open.

Charlie Galloway from Waterford Camera Club took home two honourable mentions – one in Projected Image – Theme (Birds Feeding) and the second in Colour Print – Open with “Kingfisher”.

Finally, Edward Delaney from Enniscorthy Camera Club received an honourable mention for “New Life” in Projected Image – Open.

Congratulations again to all – a very proud day for the SACC!

We are delighted to showcase their winning image below and wish them further success in the coming years with their beautiful nature photography images.

(The image here are from SACC clubs, to see a full report and view the rest of the winning images from the other regions, please take a look at this link on IPF website)

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