Take a look inside SNOLAB, Canada’s deep underground science laboratory, through the lens of 17 amateur and professional photographers. Photographs from the 2018 SNOLAB Physics Photowalk will be on display at Science North in Sudbury, ON until the end of September. Access to the exhibit is free to the public as visitors do not require a pass to the science centre to view the gallery space.
The exhibit includes a photo from each of the photographers who participated in the SNOLAB Photowalk along with special recognition for the three photos that were selected by the local jury to be sent to the international competition, the People’s Choice Photo that was selected by public vote and the Photographer’s Choice Photo that was voted by the participating photographers.
SNOLAB extends a special thanks to each of the talented photographers who took part in our inaugural Physics Photowalk; Allison Beaulieu, Aric Guité, Christopher Duhaime, Curtis Williamson, Dani Lynn Redgrift, Daniel Landry, David Wiewel, Jessica McShaneJohn Dow, Karina, Douglas-Takayesu, Michael V. Jamieson, Mike Bourgeault, Rebecca Bose, Robert Provencher, Ronald LaPlante, Shannon Kingsley and Terence Hayes. SNOLAB also acknowledges the support from Vale and the Interactions Collaboration for making this project possible.
Follow #PhysPics18 on social media channels to stay up-to-date on both the local and Global Physics Photowalk competitions.