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Lincoln University LTL Photography Competition
CollectionCelebrations & EventsCollection SummaryThis is a collection of the images submitted to the Lincoln University Learning Teaching and Library (LTL) 2022 Photo Competition.
It represents a snapshot in time from the perspectives and talents of staff and students at Lincoln University. The kaupapa/purpose of the LTL Photo Competition seeks to feature the Selwyn District and wider Waitaha Canterbury region. The vision is also to share content in this way to strengthen LU hapori/community, encourage and celebrate creativity and provide visibility to areas of work, study and interest.
One winner was awarded for each category and there was an overall winner. Participants submitted their photos to the following categories:
Landscape or Weather | Nature Biodiversity | Macro & Textures | On Campus | People in their Environment | Sports & Outdoors | Wildcard | World of Study/Research in Action
PHOTOGRAPHERS AND WINNERS
The close up photo taken under a stereo microscope of an aphid on a cabbage leaf
- Overall Winner and Macro & Textures Category Winner, Josefina Narciso
‘Wine diamonds’ under microscope Tartrate salts are commonly formed in wine during winemaking process. These crystals are sometimes described as ‘wine
Near and far – Kura Tāwhiti Castle Hill
- Landscape or Weather Category Winner and Special Mention, Julie Gillespie
Rainbow shadow on campus - importance of recognising diversity
- People in their Environment Category Winner, Mike Bowie
Pet lambs Lacey (left) and Bella (right) have their first nibble of grass as they play on a dirt mound
Pet lambs Lacey (left) has a nibble of grass while and Bella (right) is more interested in the camera
The beauty of New Zealand's agriculture and incredible landscapes
-Wildcard Category Winner, Andrea Smith
Entomologist Ruud Kleinpaste (Popularly known as bug-man) showing Weta insects to children at Lincoln
Gemma Smith holding a native harvestman taken during SCIE393 fieldtrip at Boyle River
- World of Study/Research in Action Category Winner, Mike Bowie
Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho (2nd Mar 2023). Lincoln University LTL Photography Competition. In Website Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho. Retrieved 31st Mar 2023 18:40, from https://livingheritage.lincoln.ac.nz/nodes/view/83235