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Turning a lens on Docklands

02 Oct 2014

Turning a lens on Docklands Image

Docklands can seem a little hostile during the winter months.

But hundreds of photographers have faced the elements to capture the nicer side of Docklands’ winter during the Destination Docklands Shades of Winter photography competition.

Held for the second time this year, the competition attracted 321 entries in the adult category, with photographers capturing various sides of Docklands, from the waterfront, to the attractions, to the winter fireworks, to the people.

Matthew Mallet was named the winner of the adult category for his photograph Gold Dust over Docklands (pictured above), which captured the Friday night fireworks and took home a $1000 cash prize.

Of the nine entries in the youth category, 13-year-old Olly Faldon’s photo of a street sweeper on Harbour Esplanade snagged him the first prize, earning him $500.

The winning photographs and a selection of highly commended photographs are on display at the Library at the Dock until October 31.

Both winners were agreed on unanimously by the competition judges; Deputy Lord Mayor Susan Riley, Channel Nine news reader Peter Hitchener and Destination Docklands CEO Anita Donnelly.

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