Camp Wenonah campers came up big in the 2013 Summer Camp Bondar Challenge!
Sponsored by The Roberta Bondar Foundation, the Bondar Challenge encourages campers to learn about the environment by using the a camera. Campers are asked to capture an image that relates to biodiversity, and then interpret the artistics elements of their photograph.
This was the second Summer that Wenonah campers submitted photos to the Bondar Challenge. Photos were taken throughout Summer Camp, and judged by the Bondar Foundation based on the camper’s experience level.
We are proud of each camper who participated in the Bondar Challenge this Summer.
And we are especially excited to announce that three Wenonah campers placed as winners in the Bondar Challenge:
- Brianna Ramagnano – First Place, Diamond Level
- Carley Moore – Second Place, Diamond Level
- Shannon Prouty – Second Place, Sapphire Level
You can see Brianna, Carley, and Shannon’s photos below. Each photo will be featured in a travelling exhibition across Canada and around the world.
Congratulations Brianna, Carley, and Shannon! Well done!!
Hoppin’ Around – Brianna Ramagnano
First Place – Diamond Level (most experienced, most difficult)
Under The Sea – Carley Moore
Second Place – Diamond Level (most experienced, most difficult)
The Abandoned Lily – Shannon Prouty
Second Place – Sapphire Level