Heritage Photo Competition Winners

The Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust would like to announce the winners of our Heritage Photo Competition 2019. Thank you to our judges Rachel Wybrow Photography and Trust Chairperson Graeme Clark, and thank you to all the students that entered. This competition shows how many talented young photographers Waitaki has.


Tilly King 1st place winner in the 15 & older category for the photograph Graeme Cairns (of the Big Muffin Serious Band) rides a penny farthing in the Whitestone Contracting Grand Street Parade.


Ash McFarlane 2nd place winner in the 15 & older category for the photograph Sunrise on Stone.


Aurora Smyth 3rd place winner in the 15 & older category for the photograph The Lace Lady.


Taylar Keene 1st place winner in the 11 to 14 years category for the photograph Black and White Church.


Grace Brydges 2nd place winner in the 11 to 14 years category for the photograph Dawn Breaks Over England (Back Of Loan & Merc Building).


Mackenzie Wilson 3rd place winner in the 11 to 14 years category and winner of the People's Choice award for the photograph Reflection from a Water Puddle.


Hamish Fowler 1st place winner in the 10 & under category for the photograph Flags in a Puddle.


King Melicio 2nd place winner in the 10 & under category for the photograph Pink Umbrella.


Leah Kofoed 3rd place winner in the 10 & under category for the photograph All Together Now



Congratulations to the winners and to all that entered!

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