Friday, October 19, 2018

Tops in CT Competition Deadline approaching

The due date for entries to the 2018 Tops in Connecticut competition is October 29, 2018. As a result you have only two week ends left to select and send in your images. We suggest you do it soon so that you will have time to fix any errors we may find. 

Tops in Connecticut is a competition held every 2 years for Connecticut photographers. This competition accepts approximately 100 images that are assembled into a show to be presented at a meeting in the Spring of 2019. Save the date: the dinner will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Additional details will be published when all plans are finalized.

Among the 100 images will be 13 medal winning images:


  • Best in Show 
  • Best Cityscape
  • Best Creative
  • Best Landscape
  • Best Monochrome
  • Best Nature
  • Best Photojournalism
  • Best Portrait
  • Best Seascape
  • Best Travel
  • 3 Judges Choice awards


Select your six images and send them in soon. Almost 50 Connecticut photographers have already sent in their images.

Click to view or download the entry form with all the details.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Tops in Connecticut Deadline Approaching

Just a gentle reminder that the due date for entries in the 2018 Tops in Connecticut competition is coming closer, October 29, 2018. Tops in Connecticut is a competition held every 2 years for Connecticut photographers. 

This competition accepts approximately 100 images that are assembled into a show to be presented at a meeting in the Spring of 2019. Save the date: the dinner will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Additional details will be published when all plans are finalized.

Select your six images and send them in soon. Twenty six Connecticut photographers have already sent in their images.

Click to view or download the entry form with all the details.

Monday, October 08, 2018

Successful CAP Field Trip

On Saturday, October 6, 2018, 15 members of CAP had a wonderful field trip to Simsbury, CT. The trip was lead by Art Yost, Ann Yost, and Linda Thomas. Cindy Gosselin remarked that the trip taught her so much about her own town. A few pictures of the trip are posted below. I hope they inspire more members of CAP to join future trips.

A shot by Cindy Gosselin. The group having lunch at Stratton Brook State park in West Simsbury.
A shot by Art Yost showing the group at West Street Grist Mill

Another shot by Art Yost is part of the group enjoying one of 32 sculptures, part of the Simsbury Art Trail exhibit running through October, 2018.