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Winners of Photo Club’s January "Architecture" Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for January 2017 was “Architecture” and the winners are: in 1st is John Christensen (GOGC) for "Disney Hall"; in 2nd is Robert Cheng (EDES4)) for "Oculus, New York City"; in 3rd is Randy Roig (EH&S ret.) for "Pantheon, Rome"and in 4th is Joost Daniels (Acc. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Ouch". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.


Winners of Photo Club’s December  "Anything Holiday" Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for December 2016 was “Anything Holiday” and the winners are: in 1st is Haris Mahic (ALS) "Happy Holidays"; tied for 2nd are Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area) for "Luminarios", Karen Lingua (Off. Chief Financ. Off.) for "Tilted Santa"Tim Kneafsey (GOGC) for "Spying Santa"Ross Schaefer (Fac.) for "Gonna' Blast You with Holiday Cheer"; in 3rd are Stephen Czarnecki (BUBT) for "Snowy Wreath" and Matt Rivas (Fac) for "That was a Squeak in my Boot"; and in 4th are John Christensen (GOGC) for "Christmas Ride", and Jon Bertsch (BSUH) for "Holiday Lights". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.

Winners of Photo Club’s November  "Shadows" Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for November 2016 was “Shadows” and the winners are: in a four-way tie for 1st are Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area) for Dancing Shadows (both #1 & #2)Karen Salvini (Lab. Direct.) for Road Trip at SunriseStephen Czarnecki (BUBT) for Sunset at Dunes, Death Valley; in 2nd place Matt Rivas (Fac.) for Industry Reflected; and in a three way tie for 3rd are Tim Kneafsey (Energy Geosci. Div.) for Cats, Paul Porter (Sci. Net.) for Fort Point Echoes, and Joost Daniels (Acc. Tech. App. Phys.) for Cliche.  For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.

Winners of Photo Club’s October  "Fog and Clouds" Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for October 2016 was “Fog and Clouds” and the winners are: in 1st place Doug Lockhart (Fac.) for "Altostratus Clouds"; in 2nd place John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Fog and Trees"; in 3rd place James King (CFPOS) for "Golden Gate Bridge at Night"; and tied for 4th place are Stephen Czarnecki (BUBT) for  "Monument Valley Sunset" and John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Yosemite Morning". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.


Winners of Photo Club’s September  ‘Leaves or Petals’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for September 2016 was “Leaves or Petals” and the winners are: in 1st place John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Hoary Tansyaster & Friend", in 2nd place Matt Rivas (Fac.) for "Ripples in Time", in 3rd place Randy Roig (EH&S ret.) for "King Proteus"; and tied for 4th place Tim Kneafsey (Energy Geosci. Div.for  "Agave" and John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Tulips". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.



Winners of Photo Club’s August  ‘Macro Photography’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for August 2016 was “Macro Photography” and the winners are: in 1st place Victor Negut (Nuclear Sci) for "Coconut Oil in Coffee", in 2nd place Heather Pinto (CFPOR) for "20 Day Old Hummingbirds", in 3rd place Matt Rivas (Fac.) for "Beauty of the Night"; and tied for 4th place Tom Rathmann (Eng.for  "Mantis" and Haris Mahic (ALS) for "Stack of Money". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (GOGC). Go here to view the winning images.

Winners of Photo Club’s July ‘Street Photography’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for July 2016 was “Street Photography” and the winners are: in 1st place and 2nd place Eugene Reshetov (CFFS) for "Together", and "Yawn!", tied for 3rd place James King (CFPOS) for "Rainy Jordaan" and Tom Rathmann (Eng.) for "Man and Sax"; and tied for 4th place John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.for  "This is not Berkeley..." and Ross Schaefer (Fac.) for "Man in the Street". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images.

Winners of Photo Club’s June ‘Long Exposure’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for June 2016 was “Long Exposure” and the winners are: tied for 1st place Haris Mahic (ALS) for "Ferris Wheel" and Doug Lockhart (Facilities) for "Crane P9", tied for 2nd place Eugene Reshetov (CFFS) for "Water Falls" and Doug Lockhart for "Moonlit Kasbahs"; 3rd place went to Kei Nakamura (Acc. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Dark Beach"; and in 4th John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div. for "In Their Cups". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images.



Winners of Photo Club’s May ‘Reflection’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for May 2016 was “Reflection” and the winners are: tied for 1st place Robert Cheng (EDES4) for "Classic Chinese Landscape" and Eugene Reshetov (CFFS) for "Upside Down"; 2nd place Randy Roig (EH&S ret.) for "Sunset on the Xugana"; tied for 3rd Joost Daniels (Acc. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Island in the Sky" and Eugene Reshetov for "Jump" ; and in 4th Karen Lingua (CFPOS) for "Deep Blue". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images.



Winners of Photo Club’s April ‘Berkeley’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for April 2016 was “Berkeley” and the winners are: 1st place Anirban Basu (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Peruvian Band"; 2nd place Robert Cheng for "From LBNL"; 3rd Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area) for "Good Vibrations" ; and in 4th Jill Eymann (ALS) for "Spring Time Sunset". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images.



Winners of Photo Club’s March ‘Wood’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for March 2016 was “Wood” and the winners are: 1st John Christensen (Energy Geosci. Div.) for "Peeling Bark"2nd Doug Lockhart (Facilities) for "What's the Point?";  3rd Joost Daniels (Acc. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Ancient Bristlecone Pine" and tied for 4th are Randy Roig (EH&S ret.) for "Deadvlei, Namibia, Early Morning" and Doug Lockhart for "Toe Carver" For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images.

Deadvlei, Namibia, Early Morning
Randy Roig (EH&S ret.)


Winners of Photo Club’s February ‘Black & White’ Theme Contest Selected

Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for February 2016 was “Black & White” and the winners are: 1st place Paul Porter (Sci. Net.) for "Return to the Sea"; 2nd Quang Le (EH&S) for "My Favorite Girls"; tied for 3rd are John Christensen (Earth & Environ. Sci. Area) for "Dried Grass" and Doug Lockhart (Facilities) for "Moroccan Sculptor"; and tied for 4th are Kei Nakamura ((Accel. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Tam to Diablo" and Doug Lockhart for "Full Eclipse of Petaluma" For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (EESA). Go here to view the winning images. 

Return to the Sea
Paul Porter (Sci. Net.)

Winners of Photo Club’s January ‘Wet Weather’ Theme Contest Selected


Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for January 2016 was “Wet Weather” and the winners are: Alex Friedman (Accel. Tech. App. Phys.) for "Virga and Rain Over Livermore"; tied for 2nd are Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area) for "Signs of Rain" and Lena Trotochaud (Chem. Sci. Div.) for "The River Swells"; tied for 3rd are John Christensen (Earth & Environ. Sci. Area) for "Wet Lupine", Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area) "Just After the Rain", and Karen Salvini (Lab. Direct.) for "Rainy Day Mushrooms"; and tied for 4th are Deb Agarwal (Comp. Res. Div.) for "Yosemite below Bridalveil Fall" and Maxim Martchevskii (Accel. Tech. App. Phys.) for "A Tree in Freezing Rain". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (ESD). Go here to view the winning images. 

Signs of Rain
Janie Page (Energy Tech. Area)


Winners of Photo Club’s December ‘Anything Holiday’ Theme Contest Selected


Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for December 2015 was “Anything Holiday” and the winners are: John Christensen (Earth & Environ. Sci. Area) for "Christmas Dreaming", Quang Le (EH&S) for "Sunset on Huntington Beach Pier", Jill Eymann (ALS) for "A Christmas Song", and Karen Lingua (Off. Chief Financ.Off.) for "Irresistible Force". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (ESD). Go here to view the winning images. 

Irresistible Force
Karen Lingua (CFPOS)
 

Winners of Photo Club’s November ‘Atypical Images of Objects’ Theme Contest Selected


Each month, the Lab’s Photo Club selects a theme for its members to capture in images. Members are then invited to submit two photos, and all members can then participate in the selection of the top four photographs that best embody the theme. The theme for November 2015 was “Atypical Images of Objects” and the winners are:  Robert Cheng (Energy Technol. Area) for "Van Gogh's Brush Strokes", Joost Daniels (Acel. Tech. Appl. Physics) for “Tsunami”; John Christensen (Earth & Environ. Sci. Area) for "Vertigo", and tied for fourth Jill Eymann (ALS ) for "Emergence"  and Anirban Basu (Earth & Environ. Sci. Area) for "Glory". For more information on the Photo Club, contact John N. Christensen (ESD). Go here to view the winning images.  

Van Gogh's Brush Strokes
Robert Cheng (Energy Technol. Area) 

Spring 2015 Showcase

The LNBL Photo Club Annual Spring 2014 Showcase took place Wednesday, May 6th. 

Employees were invited to stop by Perseverance Hall to check out an exhibit of images taken by Photography Club members. The exhibit ran from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a reception at 3:30 p.m. For information about the showcase's photography contest, and to check out the winners, see here.


December 2014 "Holiday"

Of course this month's theme was "Holiday". We had a problem with the voting app this month so it was decided to post all the entries. go  here to view the contributed images (about half the usual number, due to the holiday rush, I'm sure).


Spring 2014 Showcase

The LNBL Photo Club Annual Spring 2014 Showcase took place Thursday, May 1st. 

Employees were invited to stop by Perseverance Hall to check out an exhibit of images taken by Photography Club members. The exhibit ran from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a reception at 4 p.m. For information about the showcase's photography contest, and to check out the winners, see here.


Spring 2013 Showcase

The LNBL Photo Club Annual Spring 2013 Showcase took place Thursday, May 16.


Employees were invited to stop by Perseverance Hall to check out an exhibit of images taken by Photography Club members. The exhibit ran from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a reception at 4 p.m. For information about the showcase's photography contest, and to check out the winners, see here.