2021 Uniquely Haldimand Photo Contest winners announced

To The Haldimand Press

HALDIMAND—Haldimand County has announced its 2021 Uniquely Haldimand Photo Contest winners.

A panel of judges comprised of County staff, community figures, and a local photographer/filmmaker closely examined more than 180 submissions and determined the following winners: First: Caledonia Sunset by Taryn Roberts (shown on Page 1); Second: A Pot of Gold by Kim Spurr; Third: Winter Road by Jesse Curley; Honourable mention: Heron on the Grand by Amy Brown. 

In addition to contest prizes (gift cards for local businesses), winning photographs will be displayed at the Cayuga Library + Heritage Centre in late January. 

Special thanks are owed to contest judges Graeme Bachiu (Windecker Road Films), Kaitlyn Clark (The Haldimand Press), Yvonne Van De Wiele (92.9 The Grand FM), Karen Richardson (Haldimand Museums), and the Haldimand County Communications team for their participation and thorough, thoughtful examination of all entries. 

Details about next year’s Uniquely Haldimand photo contest will be announced in fall 2022. More information on the Uniquely Haldimand Photo Contest and a gallery of past winners is available at HaldimandCounty.ca/photocontest.

FIRST PLACE

Caledonia Sunset by Taryn Roberts

SECOND PLACE

A Pot of Gold by Kim Spurr

THIRD PLACE

Winter Road by Jesse Curley

HONOURABLE MENTION

Heron on the Grand by Amy Brown