Vistas of the Thames Winners

Thames Talbot Land Trust

Media Release


November 16, 2015

For immediate release


Thames Talbot Land Trust announced the Vistas of the Thames River Photo Contest winners


LONDON, Ontario – The Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) announced the winners of the Vistas of the Thames River Photo Contest on Thursday November 12th 2015 at 6:00 at the John Kinder Labatt Lounge.  This event featured the unveiling of the Vistas of the Thames River poster featuring the 25 winning photographs and each of the winning photographers was presented with a plaqued version of the poster.  The event was attended by 70 people who enjoyed learning about the Thames Talbot Land Trust, the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA) and the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA) in addition to celebrating the launch of the Vistas of the Thames River Poster.

The winning entries were:

  • Adelaide Bridge – Allan Lewis
  • By The Shore’s Edge – Ken Rae
  • Day’s End – Keith Tuohy
  • Elemental – Kerry Hurst
  • Evening Sky – Keith Tuhoy
  • Forks of the Thames Reflections – Karl Raupp
  • Forks of the Thames Skyline – Carl Shelley
  • Fountain at the Forks of the Thames – Steve Donnelly
  • Fresh Green and Bright Blue – Marta Poludnik
  • Greenway Sunrise – Bruce Laing
  • Meadowlilly Footbridge at Dusk – Mark Whitfield
  • Richmond Bridge – Allan Lewis
  • Springbank In The Fall – Steve Donnelly
  • Springbank Park – Rafael Sanchez
  • Springbank Sunrise – Chris Lipscombe
  • Sunrise at Springbank Dam – Bruce Laing
  • Sunrise Over Thames River at Greenway Park London - Sheila Creighton
  • Sunset at the Thames – Sidney Siu
  • Sunset on the Thames – Mark Watger
  • Thames Ice Clouds – MJ Idzerda
  • Thames River Just North of Highway 7 – Sheila Creighton
  • View From Greenway Park – Rafael Sanchez
  • White Trees – Silke Dennhardt
  • Winter Gathering – Colin Hutchinson
  • Winter in Springbank – Mary Chambers

Posters can be purchased from the Thames Talbot Land Trust for $20.00 and plaqued posters can be ordered for $50.00.  All proceeds will support the work of the Thames Talbot Land Trust.

Sponsored by the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority, The Awesome London Foundation, O'Neil Funeral Home and Chapel and Labatt Breweries the Vistas of the Thames River project celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Thames Talbot Land Trust.  For more information please visit http://www.thamestalbotlandtrust.ca/vistas.


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About Thames Talbot Land Trust:

 The Thames Talbot Land Trust is a registered charity dedicated to the protection of lands and waters having significant natural, recreational, scenic, historical, or agricultural value. Our name reflects the geographical context and cultural heritage of the lands along the Thames River and historic Talbot Trail. Our area of focus includes Middlesex, Elgin, Perth, and Oxford counties. As of May 2015, The Land trust owns 12 conservation properties and holds one conservation easement, protecting more than 1,000 acres (400 hectares) of land in total.


For more information, please contact:

Dee Crilly

Development and Communications




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