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Photography Comp 2006

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

Open 1st: Hugh Goodfellow (New Day New Life)
I love the striking image of the sun and how it picks up the leaves of the seedling in the foreground as it struggles to grow amongst the old roots. 

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Open 2nd: Anne Russell (Leaf Lifecycle)
Having provided nutrients for a tree and a critter, this leaf has become a beautiful art piece and now is on its way to creating nutrients in the... 

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Open 3rd: Hugh Goodfellow (Tree Beside Enoggera Creek)
The rocks and the tree presented such an inviting scene, I couldn’t help but jump in and have a paddle with my camera and tripod! 

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Under 16 1st: Liam Barratt (My View)
When I look up the creek from where we play this is what I see, even though we need rain it is still a lovely place to be. 

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Under 16 2nd: Alice Reif (The Bridge)
Because it looks great and fits in well with its surroundings. 

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Under 16 3rd: Tanika Barratt (Where we play)
This is taken where my brothers, sister and I like to play even when there is no water it is still fun to explore to see what creatures live there. 

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Open Highly Commended: David Hall (Creek S.O.S.)
Kids love playing in and exploring creeks! The submitted photograph records the S.O.S. Minnow’s fateful maiden voyage. The “Skipper” Iris and the... 

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Open Highly Commended: Peter J. Wilkinson (Kookaburra)
This kookaburra was ruthless in his efficiency to secure his next meal and do his bit to keep the mice population of Enoggera Creek under control. 

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Open Highly Commended: Anne Russell (Floating Free)
I love the textures and patterns created by the colour of the perfect flower bathed in the reflections of the rich natural environment 

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Open Highly Commended: Ben Gawen (Happy Flight)
I was taking photos of this galah and its mate feeding in the grass at the Bank St Reserve, when anticipation and lots of luck presented this photo... 

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Open Highly Commended: Gordon Woolston (Here I come)
Showing grandchild a traditional idea of what fun and entertainment is all about. 

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Open Highly Commended: Noelle Toussaint (Lunching Spider)
This little green spider was having lunch when I found him on a mulberry bush on the bank of fish creek. His little eyes seem to be focused on his... 

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Open Highly Commended: David Hall (Creek S.O.S.)
Kids love playing in and exploring creeks! The submitted photograph records the S.O.S. Minnow’s fateful maiden voyage. The “Skipper” Iris and the... 

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Open Highly Commended: David Morgan (Splash of Water)
Ithaca Creek sparkled majestically as a lonesome water goose bathed in freshly added rainwater. The single ray of light which peered through the... 

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Open Highly Commended: Roy Ward (Striated Bittern)
It is a thrill to see a beautiful native animal in its natural environment. How lucky we are when this habitat is in our suburban catchment’s area. 

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Open Highly Commended: Justine Barratt (Use your imagination)
This photo shows how it does not matter where you are, its your imagination that counts for the fun that you make. 

Under 16 Highly Commended: Nick Gabriel (Reflections)
I took this photo because I liked the contrast of the natural scenery that is present so close to busy life at the Gap village. 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Iris Hall (The Creek Comes To Life)
The creek has been empty for a series of days or maybe years. This picture shows off the creek’s most amount of water since the flood. 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Liam Barratt (Where Butterflies Fly)
We were playing in the creek and I saw a Butterfly and tried to take a photo with mummy’s phone, I don’t know if you can see it he was pretty small. 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Nick Gabriel (Bubbling Creek)
I took this photo to show that the creek is still alive and well during the drought. (This photo was taken behind the Gap village centre) 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Bronte Ainsworth (Beauty of the Dragon)
When I was walking by, at the corner of my eye I saw a beautiful water dragon running by.  

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Tanika Barratt (A beautiful fountain)
We went for a walk on fathers day and I loved these plants I think they look like fountains, so I asked dad if I could take a picture 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Rebecca Mulherin and Rachel Land (Pancakes)
Because the white stood out among everything else. 

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Under 16 Highly Commended: Alice Reif (Bright Fungus)
Because the Fungus is really bright and the light was shining on it and not on the rotting log around it.