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Building Bridges Photographic Competition winners

Building Bridges Photographic Competition winners

In association with the Henri Mallard, Building the Sydney Harbour Bridge Exhibition, the Slim Dusty Centre held the Building Bridges Photographic Competition and is pleased to announce our winners – 1st Prize (Custom Framing from Wonderland Framing) went to Daniel Johnson for his photo of Narrabeen footbridge (Year 11 student at Kempsey Adventist School), 2nd Prize (Slim Dusty Country Music Festival – 2 day pass) went to Jennifer H. Clarke for her photograph  the arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and 3rd prize (Family pass to the Slim Dusty Museum) went to Jasmine Lyons for her photo Back Creek Bridge at South West Rocks (Year 9 student at Kempsey Adventist School). There were a fabulous array of photographs from entrants as young as 6 years of age, and sent from as far afield as Victoria. The judge Paul Shea from Wonderland Framing said “All the photos entered were very interesting and showed a great variety of bridges. The three competition winners achieved the awards because of their carefully chosen compositions in highlighting interesting aspects of the bridge structures in their environments.”

 

First Prize

Daniel Johnson for his photo of Narrabeen footbridge (Year 11 student at Kempsey Adventist School)

Building Bridges 1st Prize winner Daniel Johnson Narrabeen Bridge

 

Second Prize

Jennifer H. Clarke for her photograph  the arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Building Bridges  2nd Jennifer H Clarke

 

Third Prize

Jasmine Lyons for her photo Back Creek Bridge at South West Rocks (Year 9 student at Kempsey Adventist School)

Building Bridges 3rd  Prize Jasmine Lyons