Independent Canadian book publishers working in Dominica, W.I. specializing in coffee table books of architectural treasures and lush gardens. We also promote fine artistic photography. This blog contains unofficial reports and comments from our various trips, photo sessions, and jobs – an unofficial scrapbook of our travels, explorations and photo-related work. See “about” for more.

We did not post anything for quite a while. It was a very busy time for us. Among other things we had to process all images, organize judging, Awards Gala evening here in Roseau, Dominica, and take care of other tasks to finalize the 3rd International Ozone Zone Photo Salon 2015. And yes – the Salon is closed and the catalog of winning and accepted images is already posted on line.

If you enjoy fine photography, please have a look. There are some amazing entries, and we are proud to see so many great works. We already work on the next competition – our 4th Salon, to be open in early June.  Here are links to the winners’ list and the catalogue. Enjoy!

The catalogue is here:
http://www.internationalphotocompetition.com/catalogue2015/index.html#p=1

The list of winners and accepted images by country is here:
http://www.internationalphotocompetition.com/index.php/en/winners

 

The image below is our Grand Prix winner, titled Awakening, by Marek Biegalski from Ireland. Congratulations to the author!
(image is copyrighted, no usage without author’s agreement)

Awakening - Marek Biegalski, Ireland.

Awakening – Marek Biegalski, Ireland.

See you next time, cheers!

Derek and Margaret

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Comments on: "Ozone Zone International Photo Salon 2015 – results" (1)

  1. Eliza Livingston said:

    Hi Derek and Margaret,

    Congratulations on all your prizes and awards! I have thought of you both so much, and enjoy immensely your postings and pictures.

    Your life in Domenica seems full and lovely and truly paradise. I loved your post of forgetting your hat on a bench, and when you went back hours later to retrieve it, it was there, undisturbed.

    I always miss you when I am in Victoria, and I think of you especially when I am in the Villa garden, or pouring through photos taken by Derek. I have photos of your work in the garden – it makes me nostalgic!

    I have been too too busy trying to keep my head above water. My Mum, shortly after her 100th birthday celebrations, was operated on for a tumour in her sinus, and that was followed by radiation. The radiation exhausted her, so it has been a long haul for her to get back on her feet again. Clarke is doing a little better, but still has a lot of struggles.

    Love to you both!

    Eliza

    Eliza Livingston 1030 N.W. Johnson Street #614 Portland Oregon 97209 USA 206.605.1524

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