Photo by John Seivert

July 2020 - Best Assigned - Framed Eagle Creek Waterfall
John Seivert

Photo by Ingrid Lockhart


July 2020 - Best Abstract - Sunrise Reflection
Ingrid Lockhart

Photo by Bernadette Sylvester

July 2020 - Best Architecture - Mare Island Interior
Bernadette Sylvester

Photo by Janice Rosner

July 2020 - Best Fauna - Catching Snowflakes
Janice Rosner

Photo by Jim Bair

July 2020 - Best Flora - In the Pre-dawn Light
Jim Bair

Photo by Janice Rosner

July 2020 - Best Natural Landscape - Swan in the Mist
Janice Rosner

Photo by John Seivert

July 2020 - Best Night Photography - Neowise Over Hirschmans Pond
John Seivert

Photo by Alan Brokenshire

July 2020 - Best People - Circle of Happiness
Alan Brokenshire

Photo by Mike Shea

July 2020 - Best Photojournalism - Timber
Mike Shea

Photo by Jerry Thomas

July 2020 - Best Travel - Grand Canyon
Jerry Thomas

Photo by Margret Spears

July 2020 - Creative - Innocence
Margret Spears

Photo by Kathy Triolo

July 2020 - Creative - Playing for the Heavens
Kathy Triolo

Photo by Eric Engles

July 2020 - Best Black & White - A Lonely Jeffrey
Eric Engles

Photo by Brion Dunbar

July 2020 - Best Color - Flags of Summer
Brion Dunbar

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Next Meeting: Monday, September 28, 6:00 pm, online only

PLEASE NOTE: Due to continued COVID related protocols for Nevada County, meetings will be online only until further notice. Club Members will receive an email with directions and a link for accessing the meeting via Zoom, a videoconferencing app.  Following the meeting, a video will be made publicly available on YouTube. Thank you for your understanding.


Members' Showcase: Sequences/Series

This meeting is an opportunity for NCCC members to showcase images in the Assigned Subject for September, a series or sequence of images. There will be no guest presentation or member critique, however the monthly online photo competition (including the Assigned Subject of series) will be held as usual. 

Members who wish to share their sequence of images should prepare a maximum of 12 images that follow a specific theme that tells a story.  They illustrate a feeling, unique place or person, a season, a thing, or variations on a particular photographic technique. The overall impact of the sequence should be greater than any one of the individual images.  Detailed directions for submittal will be sent to all club members via email.

At the September meeting, members will be given the opportunity to share their creation and story behind their images.   

PC: Alan Roderick, Mauro Raunich, Eric Lilja, The Art of Photography




Meetings are typically held in-person on the fourth Monday of every month at Unity in the Gold Country Church, 180 Cambridge Ct., Grass Valley, CA