Silver and Bronze: Open Category, Epson International Pano Awards

I entered the Epson International Pano Awards again this year, but decided to see how a couple of my photos performed against the Pros… so I entered the Open Category as well as the Amateur Category.…

I’m still waiting for results from the Amateur Category, but I’m over the moon to report that my two Open Category entries have both picked up awards: A Silver Award for Kimberley Creation and a Bronze Award for The Glorious Kimberley!

I know there are other Bubblers who have been receiving their results, so please feel free to link to any of your awarded images in the comments below so that everyone can have a look!!

And for anyone who missed the boat this year, you can subscribe to the mailing list (at the bottom of the linked page) so that you find out when next year’s Pano Awards are op

Australian Geographic... Yay!

I just received an email from a friend alerting me to the fact that my Epson Pano results managed to get me into the Australian Geographic Mag (online) under the title “Best Panoramic Photos of 2012”!…

I’m so excited!

Click here to see the page with my photo of ‘The Pinnacles’

And click here to see the page with my photo of ‘Perth City Skyline’

And if that wasn’t exciting enough, I’ve also been nominated in the Black and White Spider Awards this year! They’ll be announcing which photo was nominated at 4am on Sunday (WA time) but I’ll be camping, so I’ll probably find out on Sunday night.

Thanks to all of you who show such overwhelming support for my photography.

I live a long way out woop woop, and my daily interaction with RedBubble (ie. you!!) is how I learn and improve, so my success

Three weeks in Southern France - what an adventure!

It was late last year when my mum rang up

and declared that she and John,
were all booked in
for a six week stay
alongside the River Gardon.…

Six weeks in France! Provence in Spring!

Well, I was green with envy!
But I listened and smiled
and said the right things
and hoped that my mum would believe me.

She told me the apartment was perched on a hill

in a quaint little town near Uzès;
it had views of the river,
its own swimming pool…
and an extra room… for the guests!!

It didn’t take long to convince me to come -

I was thrilled when work gave me ‘the nod’,
I ordered the travel books,
studied the maps
and organised Banjo (my dog).

Magdalena instructed me on basic French phrases;

Jenny loaned me “A Year in Provence”
and on May 27th
the adventure began:
three whole weeks in the South part o

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