Photo Competition Winners

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Want to know who has won previous NAS Calendar Competitions? Well this page is dedicated to all of the winners from previous years.

Check out the range of images and their titles from each year below.

 2014 Winners:

2014 Winners

 January - ‘Lady Elizabeth (1879) ready to sail’ by Dave Mothershaw

February - ‘Rough weather to dive on Invincible’ by Rodrigo Pacheco Ruiz

March - ‘Some wrecks can be found when you least expect them’ by Peter MayFebruary - ‘Rough weather to dive on Invincible’ by Rodrigo Pacheco Ruiz

April - ‘A dry day in Wales!’ by Ian Cundy

June - ‘Mud, glorious mud’ by Roderick SteadMay - ‘Taking out Honour for one of her first rides’ by Rodrigo Pacheco Ruiz

July - ‘Nail down’ by José Mannuel Matés Luque

August - ‘Smile’ by Ian Cundy

September - ‘May your anchor be tight…’ by Alison Fuller-Shapcott

October - ‘Before and after photomosaic – with Photoshop’ by Brian Minehane

November - ‘Angkor – the Chams defeated’ by Roderick Stead

December - ‘Washed up’ by Ian Cundy

The overall winners of 2014 were:

1st Prize: ‘Lady Elizabeth (1879) ready to sail’ by Dave Mothershaw

2nd Prize: ‘Washed up’ by Ian Cundy

3rd Prize: ‘Some wrecks can be found when you least expect them’ by Peter May

 

 

2013 Winners:

2013 winners

 January - ‘British Cargo Ship Carnatic’ by Steve Clarkson

 February - ‘2000 years of British numismatic royalty’ by Brian Minehane

 March - ‘Fans of muddy waters’ by José Mannuel Matés Luque

 April - ‘Diver and the field of broken amphorae’ by Mladen Pesić

 May - ‘Reflections on digitalisation’ by Brian Minehane

 June - ‘Can you see anything in the photo’ by Matt Cass

 July - ‘The head carving of the Swash Channel Wreck rudder’ by Bournemouth University

 August - ‘Scarred by fire and time’ by Christine Williams

 September - ‘Faded handwriting revealed – Invincible (1758) tally’ by Brent Piniuta

 October - ‘All Aboard!’ by Ian Cundy

 November - ‘Pottery in stone: Borobudur’ by Roderick Stead

 December - ‘Some day my planks will come’ by Edward Cordell

The overall winner for 2013 was Edward Cordell.