WINNERS: prAna PHOTO COMPETITION: Climbing Facial Expressions

The prAna PHOTO COMPETITION: Climbing Facial Expressions

Prana


UKC camera We'd like to thank everyone who entered the prAna PHOTO COMPETITION. We had 318 entries and all were voted on.

Two of the winners were the peoples' choice, by top votes; the three other winners were chosen from all entries irrespective of the number of votes by prAna founder Beaver Theodosakis, European prAna Bruno De Muynck and prAna UK's Lucy Ham of Beyond Hope.

All five winners will receive a prAna outfits: a pair of pants, a T-shirt and a beanie/hat (styles subject to availability).

The winners are:

Mike Nuttall of Leeds, UK


Pierre-Arnoud Chouvy, Bois le Roi, France


Dave Anderson, Lander, Wyoming, USA


Stuart Littlefair, Sheffield, UK


Katherine Hubbard, London, UK



photo
Holly enjoying herself
© MikeLeeds, Jun 2008

Mike Nuttall of Leeds, UK



photo
"Hale Bopp" (7c+), Isatis, Fontainebleau, France.
© Bleau à bloc: photo-tropism.com

Pierre-Arnoud Chouvy, Bois le Roi, France



Dave Anderson, Lander, Wyoming, USA



photo
Sadly, there is no amount of overbite which guarantees success
midgets of the world unite
© stuart littlefair

Stuart Littlefair, Sheffield, UK



photo
Saddle Head, famous for its great jugs
© KatHubbard, Apr 2007

Katherine Hubbard, London, UK





You can view all entries at the Competition Gallery




This post has been read 9,611 times

Return to Latest Articles or view other Competitions

9 Jul, 2008
I can't believe no-one's commented on this yet! Well done to the winners, some great photos there! I wish my photos were anywhere near public-viewing quality!
9 Jul, 2008
Indeed, a fun competition that produced many memorable pictures - well done to the winners
9 Jul, 2008
Well done Mike & the other winners. Some great entries all round.
9 Jul, 2008
Jack, you're meant to be an editor, how did you let this slip through?: "Article with winning photo's:"
9 Jul, 2008
Shurely Shome Mishtake? Are you talking about my use of an apostrophe to indicate the omission of the letters 'graph'? If so, come on - I suppose it can be argued either way - photo is perhaps a recognised word in itself, but it is an abbreviation of photograph, meaning the apostrophe use is correct. Get out more! You'll find loads of typo's (typographical errors - hence the apostrophe) and mistakes all over the site, if they're truly awful then just email me and I'll change them when I get chance - it's pretty fast paced I'm afraid - the upsides and downsides of the web.Great shots, well done to all the winners! Thanks, Jack
More Comments