Nature Visions 2018

Hylton Performing Arts Center, George Mason University, Manassas VA

Thank you to all of the speakers, volunteers, and attendees who made the 2018 Nature Visions Photo Expo a huge success.  The 2018 Winners have been listed below.  Congratulations to all winners. The submissions were just incredible this year.  Stay tuned for 2019 information!  It is currently scheduled for November 1 – 3, 2019! Mark your calendars.

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Nature Visions is the Best Value in Photography Education

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Attending Nature Visions will spark your interest in photography. All of the skilled photographers whose work is exhibited began as novices.

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The centerpieces of Nature Visions are two exhibits that showcase nature photography and photo art by members of the eight camera clubs that organize the event.

Nature Visions features two full days of lectures by noted photographers, preceded by a full-day seminar on Friday by an internationally known photographer and teacher.

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Many attendees enjoy the opportunity to photograph hawks and owls onsite at the Hylton Center.

Congratulations to the 2018 Award Winners

BEST IN SHOW and Best in Landscape “Namiba-Naukluft Dunes”, by Wayne Guenther, (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Best in Photo Art “Shanghia Staircase” by Stan Collyer (NIH Camera Club)

Best in Birds “Looking Up,” by Bill Corbett (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Best in Flora “Black and White Sunflower,” by Ron Taylor (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Best in Macro “Little Robber Fly,” by Jim Turner, (NIH Camera Club)

Best in Water “Les Couleurs de l’Ausable”, by Jean-pierre Ple (Northern Bethesda Camera Club)

Best in Wildlife “Winter Coyote”, by Stan Bysshe, (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Peoples’ Choice in Nature “Gosling,” by David Crooks (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Peoples’ Choice in Photo Art “Magnolia Garden” by Fran Bastress (Northern Virginia Photographic Society)

Student winner ” Flour Power,” by Matthew Cohen (Chantilly High School, Chantilly, VA)

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