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This photograph won the "Best Black and White Digital Photography" category at the 2006 Royal Melbourne Show. This is a variation of a photograph I have previously submitted to Deviant Art [link] . Here is the description from that submission:

"On the peninsula on the central coast of Western Australia where one can find Monkey Mia, you will find dozens of large, rounded, absolutely flat depressions in the landscape that have completely different vegitation from the surrounding land. These bizarre formations look like salt flats and appear as if they were simply put there, cut out from some distant landscape. The vegitation within these flats seems to consist completely of stunted little gnarled bushes, none more than a foot high, and all looking as ancient and weathered as carefully tended bonsai. Walking through the landscape made me feel like Gulliver in Lilliput, and I felt compelled to watch my feet so I didn't step on whoever was the custodian of these ancient looking plants. It was a truly bizarre experience."

I also won "Best Colour Digital Photo" and "Best in Show - Photography" at the 2006 Royal Melbourne Show with this image: [link]
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AaronMcPolin Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2007
This is nice, great contrast and composition. I've never entered a competition, and im from Perth myself know of any worth entering?
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StevenChong-no-GMF Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2006
It does have very good contrasts
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LaPumpkina Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
:clap: Congrats!! :aww:
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shi-tenshi Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
you fag!!

AS IF NOT TELL ME YOU ENTERED THE SHOW THINGY


congrats!

and I am so jealous right now.
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killertoothbrush Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2006   Photographer
Tis so pwetty! :aww:
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