We are excited to share the 20 winning photographs from the 2017-2018 Greenbelt Photo Contest!
For this year’s annual photo contest, we partnered once again with McMichael Canadian Art Collection and the Professional Photographers of Canada! This year’s submissions promote the Greenbelt as a home, playground, and workplace as well as the many ways people become enriched and defined by their interaction with nature and the land.
Many stunning photos were sent, with over 400 entries. Thank you to everyone who participated, we could not have made this happen without you!
The winning photos were chosen by a panel of creative experts from the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Professional Photographers of Canada and the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. The winning photos will be on display from March 10 – July 15 at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg.
David Coulson - Rouge Park
Jack Starret – Sherman Falls
Tracy Munson – Cherry Orchard, St. Catherine’s
Tom Stephens – Hilton Falls
Stephen Wright – Long Sault
Stephen Wright – Scugog
Stephen Wright – Pontypool
Robert Alsop – Tiffany Falls Ancaster
Robert Miller – Valens
Rob Miller – Walkers Line Side Road
Karman Bakhtiari – Cherry Hill Gate
Heather Petre – Greenbelt Near Grimsby
Gabriel Bizeau-Regis – St.Catherine’s
Elton Law – Sherman Falls, Ancaster
Ellen Cameron – Mono
David Coulson – Rockwood Eramosa River
David Coulson – Mount Nemo
David Coulson – Caledon
Dan Copeland – North Highway Off Brock Road
Bella Brough – Georgian Bluffs
Bailey Dyck – Flowerpot Island Tobermory
Congratulations to this year’s winners of the Greenbelt Photo Contest, celebrating our Human Connection with the Greenbelt!
After July 15th the winning photos will go on tour at galleries across the Greenbelt. Stay tuned!