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Author Topic: JUNE 2009 West Clips... RESULTS! **Winning images now displayed!!**  (Read 7612 times)
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Richard Ernst
« on: October 04, 2009, 11:27 AM »

The Western Digital Monthly Clip Contest is alive!

Here are the first results in for 2009 from the June judges.

JUNE 2009 RESULTS

Spot News - 17 images / 8 entrants

1st SNWJunOCD2 - David Bloom / Edmonton Sun - Baby Rescue


June 27, 2009: A firefighter removes a two-year-old baby girl from a ravine near 18 Avenue and 113 Street, after the girl and her mother fell an estimated 40 meters  into the ravine. The two were taken from the scene by ambulance.

2nd SNWJunNGB06 - Grant Black / Calgary Herald - Leaping Moose


A tranqualized moose leaps out of a suburban back yard. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after in wondered into the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was moved to a rural area.

3rd SNWJuneUGX2 - Daniel Hayduk / Freelance - Firefighter


A firefighter gets up close with a small forest fire in ------ at around 8pm on Thursday June 4 .  The temperature at 8pm was still near 30 degrees Celsius.

Sports - 23 images / 12 entrants

1st SPTJuneBJG10 - Brian Gavriloff / Edmonton Journal - Home Plate Jubie


Edmonton Capitals vs. Yuma Scorpions.  #42 Darryl Brinkley for the Capitals was the hero of the day. The Capitals were down by 3 runs and Darryl hit a grand slam bottom of the 9th inning bases loaded full count 3 balls and 2 strikes. When he unloaded and knocked it out of the park for the win the fans went crazy.

2nd SPTJuneHLS4 - Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald - Bullrider


Neal Wallator from Drayton Valley, AB is bucked off Weight A Minute during the 10th annual Ranchman's Renegades Bullbustin' on June 30, 2009.

3rd SPTJunTur01 - Jenna Hauck  / Chilliwack Progress - Mud Volleyball


Chris Mader, 18, goes for the ball in a game of mud volleyball on June 20, 2009. About 50 people took part in the fundraiser event which brought in $700 for Lifeline Haiti, a non-profit organization that provides Haitians with necessities such as education, food and clean water. Local event organizer, Jules Maljaars, says the money raised on the weekend will go towards building a school for 250 students.
 
News - 9 images / 6 entrants

1st NEWJuneHLS3 - Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald - Terminally Ill Child


Ian and Illisha Patterson in their home on June 9, 2009, watch over their daughter Cassandra, 4, who has a rare genetic disorder.  A new University study says families with terminally ill children are in critical need of in-home care and out-of-home respite.

2nd NEWJunYDD6 - Darryl Dyck / CP - Iranian Protest


A man gestures as he and thousands of others take part in a moment of silence during a candlelight vigil to remember those killed during protests in Iran, in **** on Thursday June 25, 2009.

3rd NEWJunYDD7 - Darryl Dyck / CP - Candle Vigil


Candles are lit spelling out Iran as thousands of people gather at a candlelight vigil to remember those killed during protests in Iran, in **** on Thursday June 25, 2009.


Multi Picture - 7 entries / 7 entrants

1st Entry 3 MPXJunCHE07 - Jason Franson / Edmonton Sun - Strip Club


Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.



Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.

 

Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.




Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.



Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.


 

Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.



Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.




Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.



Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.


 

Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.




Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.

 

Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.




Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.


 


Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.


 


Strip club/lap dance club Chez Pierre Cabaret was the first place in ++++++++++  to go topless back in the ’70s, and then bottomless, in the ’80s. The family-run strip club and lap dance club has been a local landmark for 40 years, where fathers, sons and sometimes women come to be entertained in a erotic alcohol free environment.


2nd Entry 2 MPXJunCHE06 - Jason Franson / Edmonton Sun - Princess Tour


Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex  arrives at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at 10037 84 Ave. for Sunday service while visiting ********** on Sunday.   



Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex inspects in a parade soldiers in the South Alberta Light Horse Regimnet  outside the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at 10037 84 Ave. where she went for the Sunday service while visiting *********  on Sunday.



Spectators watch Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex watches a parade of  soldiers in the South Alberta Light Horse Regimnet  while at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at 10037 84 Ave. before Sunday service while visiting ********** on Sunday.

 

Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex visits with Sunday school student Rose Aloyo while at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at 10037 84 Ave. before Sunday service while visiting ********** on Sunday.   



Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex talks with soldiers while on a visit to the James Curry Jefeferson Armoury where she visited with soldiers in the South Alberta Light Horse Regimnet  and their families while on her visit to************ on Sunday. 
   

 

 Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex looks over a RCMP officer in traditional garb while on a visit to the James Curry Jefeferson Armoury where she visited with soldiers in the South Alberta Light Horse Regimnet  and their families while on her visit to ***********  on Sunday.





Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex has a laugh with 15 Feild Ambulance  soldiers at a medical station display while on a visit to the James Curry Jefferson Armoury where she visited with soldiers in the South Alberta Light Horse Regimnet and their families while on her visit to ************on Sunday.


 

Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward Sophie Rhys-Jones the Countess of Wessex holds a sword to cut a cake with Honorary Colonel Stan Milner while on a visit to the James Curry Jefferson Armoury where she visited with soldiers and their families while visiting to***********on Sunday.
 




3rd Entry 4 MPXJunNGB07 - Grant Black / Calgary Herald - Dopey Moose
 

A tranqualized moose leaps out of a suburban back yard. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after it wondered into the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was transported to a rural area uninjured. Taken June 25, 2009

 

A tranqualized moose trots through a suburban neighbourhood. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after in wondered in to the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was transported to a rural area.  Taken June 25, 2009

 

Police and Fish and Wildlife officers keep an eye on a tranqualized moose in a suburban neighbourhood. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after in wondered into the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was transported to a rural area.  Taken June 25, 2009


 

Calgary Police Cnst. John Hayhurst holds the head of a tranquilized moose, as Cnst. Jacquie Hertlein comforts the animal in a suburban back yard. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after in wondered into the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was transported to a rural area. Taken June 25, 2009



Calgary Police and Fish and Wildlife officers move a tranqualized moose from a suburban back yard. The moose was tranquilized by Fish and Wildlife officers after in wondered in to the suburb. The moose, a male under two years old, was transported to a rural area. Taken June 25, 2009
 
Feature - 44 images / 12 entrants

1st FEAJunYDD2 - Darryl Dyck / CP - Zip Line Riders


Dan Karr, left, and Dean Schultz, ride a zip line at **** Mountain in **** on Friday June 12, 2009.

2nd FEAJUNOCD6 - David Bloom / Edmonton Sun - Concert Fans


Slayer fans during the band's concert at Rexall Place Friday evening.

3rd FEAJunTur01 - Jenna Hauck/ The Chilliwack Progress - Grad Photo


High school graduate Courtney Brosseau holds a cell phone in her mouth while she simultaneously takes photos of fellow graduating students during the school's commencement ceremonies at First Avenue Christian Assembly on June 6, 2009.

Illustrative - 21 images / 12 entrants

1st ILLJuneHLS2 -  Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald - Dames on the Range


Deb Webster (left), head of Dames on the Range and Ginny Donahue on Donahue's ranch, Sierra West Cabins and Ranch Vacations. These ladies decided to start a group that introduces city folk to the western lifestyle.

2nd ILLJunOCD9 - David Bloom / Edmonton Sun - Skaters & Tatoos


Showdown Tattoos and Skateboards shop owners Dustin Lowry (left) and Steve Batt (right) along with tattoo artists Chris Iwaniuk and Andrew Christou pose for a promotional photo.


3rd ILLJunYDD5 - Darryl Dyck / CP - Former KGB Lennikov


Former KGB employee Mikhail Lennikov, who was scheduled to be deported to Russia June 3, 2009, is caught in a ray of sunlight as he poses for a photograph in the room where he will sleep after taking refuge in First Lutheran Church in **** on Tuesday June 2, 2009. Nearly two dozen MPs are asking the federal government to halt the deportation of a former KGB employee back to Russia.


Spokesman-Review judges:
Colin Mulvany/Photojournalist
Chris Anderson/Photojournalist
Jesse Tinsley/Photojournalist


STANDINGS:            MO.      TOT.

1. Darryl Dyck / CP         150      150
2. Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald      140      140
3. David Bloom / Edmonton Sun      130      130
4. Jason Franson / Edmonton Sun          90              90
5. Grant Black / Calgary Herald       70       70
6. Jenna Hauck / Chilliwack Progress    60       60
7. Brian Gavriloff / Edmonton Journal    50       50
8. Daniel Hayduk / Freelance       30       30
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