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Photo Competition


And the lucky winner who will spend the weekend in a chalet with Edmond Plawczyk and his family in Switzerland is Didier Miguet.

The jury is pleased to announce that the first prize goes to Didier Miguet from Hager in France, who will be spending a weekend in Edmond’s chalet in Switzerland.

The charm and mystery of the mountains… Didier’s photo was taken in the French Alps in the Clarée Valley. After walking for a few hours he came across this lake that gave the impression of being an infinity pool with floating grass. The perfect perspective of the lake was found with floating grass, reflections in the water and the Cerces mountain range as the perfect backdrop. The unexpected appearance of a hiker provides a notion of human scale.


The four runners-up will not go away empty handed, they will each receive a fitbit charge HR heart rate & activity wrist band:

Nenja Döllmann from Berker in Germany
Nenja’s photo features Obama and “the freedom to just do it”. Intrigued…? Obama is the name of the eagle she photographed at a Birds of Prey Show in the Wildlife Park and Zoo in Potzberg. Inspired by the dynamic flight of the birds at the show Nenja christened the photo “the freedom to just do it”.

Ivo Nardi from Bocchiotti in Italy
Ivo took his photo in Genoa in Italy. He’s passionate about landscape photography and likes long exposure photos to offer a different perspective to the traditional landscape photos that we often see. Ivo’s dream is to create a book to showcase his region of Italy, Liguria concentrating on the ‘Lights and Shadows of Liguria’.

Mathieu Kretz from Hager in France
Mathieu took his photo in the assembly department of factory 1 in Obernai. His Lego® people are diligently working together to sort out a technical problem with an electronic card.

Thierry Reminiac from Hager in France
Thierry’s photo was taken at the ‘Mont National’ hill that overlooks Obernai just before the sun went down over the Vosges Mountains. Thierry wanted to create a ‘Chinese shadow’ effect with his photo.  He captured the curve of the butterfly’s wigs in harmony with the shape of the setting sun.

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