Winners Announced for the 2021 National Forest Week Photo Contest

To celebrate National Forest Week (NFW), the Canadian Institute of Forestry invited Canadians to participate in the 2nd Annual NFW Photo Contest from September 19-25, 2021.

We received a number of entries showcasing Canada’s vast forest landscapes, demonstrating immense talent and creativity.

After careful review, we are pleased to announce the top 5 winners:

  • John Hoogendoorn
  • David Brophy
  • Daniel Brisbin
  • Abby Tavares
  • Kyle Bishop

 

John Hoogendoorn - Leaning Spruce jpg

Photo by John Hoogendoorn

“This photo was taken in the summer of 2021 in Jasper National Park, Alberta. The sun was about to set as I was exploring the area around Athabasca Falls, and this spruce leaning over the canyon caught my eye. The light smoke combined with the warm glow of the sun made for a spectacular view.”


 

David Brophy - Mystical

Photo by David Brophy

“Mystical: A low fog hangs over Deadman’s Pond on a cool later summer morning on the outskirts of Gander, Newfoundland.”


 

Daniel Brisbin - Keg Lookout

Photo by Daniel Brisbin

“I love this photo I got in July of a Yellow-rumped warbler enjoying the mossy old growth forest at Keg Fire Lookout.”


 

Abby Tavares - Westminster Ponds

Photo by Abby Tavares

“I took this photo using a lens ball while out on a hike. The photo was taken in London Ontario in the Westminster Ponds Environmentally Significant Area.”


 

Kyle Bishop - EvaLake

Photo by Kyle Bishop

“Eva Lake – This photo was taken at Eva lake in Mount Revelstoke National Park. Some beautiful Subalpine fir and Englemann spruce surrounding a pristine, peaceful lake.”


 

A sincere thank you to everyone who entered our 2nd Annual NFW Photo Contest. We received a number of entries showcasing Canada’s vast forest landscapes, demonstrating immense talent and creativity. Stay tuned for the next NFW Photo Contest in 2022!

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