Let's be clear about these photos, several were posed and nearly all have light added to make them more interesting. That's because a night O event is a bit more challenging than a day event. I considered two approaches. Plan A - put a flash on the camera and take pictures (and probably destroy the orienteer's night vision) or Plan B - set up carefully placed flashes to sculpt the competitors.
I've tried to stick to Plan B. For some people this might be a bit too "arty" but I like the challenge. I did need some help setting up shots and I'd like to thank my three assistants who each helped to improve the shots.
Also my thanks to SELOC who are always a friendly club.