Photograph of rock reflections at Tidal River, in the beautiful and tranquil Wilson’s Promontory National Park, Victoria.
This photograph was featured in the Red Bubble groups Reflectivity, ‘Australia At Large’, Light and Reflection, ‘Along The Rural Road’, ’Nature’s Wonders’, ‘Featured For A Challenge’, ‘All About Water’, ‘Rocks and Bones’, ‘Exquisition’, ‘Australian Women Photographers’ and ‘All Countries ~ Streams, Brooks, Creeks, Rivers, Ponds & Lakes’, ‘Made By Nature’,’ Lakes and Inland Waterways’, THE GROUP-GALLERY OF ARt…and ‘Australian Travel Photography’. It was also in the top 10 in the ‘Reflections on Water’ in the Rivers, Lakes and Dams group challenge, the Featured Women Photographers’ challenge ‘A TIME OF REFLECTION’, the ‘Australia At Large’ challenge ‘Your Best Shot’, The Woman Photographer challenge "Pure’, and ranked #3 In the Real Life Landscapes Challenge, and in the top ten of the All About Water ‘Reflections in Water’ Challenge and also the ALL COUNTRIES – Streams, Brooks, Creeks, Rivers, Ponds & Lakes group challenge ‘Reflections in Water’. It was voted into the top ten of the First Things challenge ‘Tranquility’ and the FEATURED WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS challenge ‘the Picture You’re most Proud Of’’, the Shadows & Reflections-Silhouettes Photography challenge ‘the Best Reflection’, and the Australian Women Photographers challenge.
It was voted third in the Rocks and Bones group challenge ‘Wake Up’, equal first in the Wild Oz challenge ‘Rocks in our Landscapes’, and the Shadows & Reflections challenge ‘Reflections in Nature’, and won the challenge ‘Water Reflections’ in the Woman Photographer group. It was voted winner of the Melbourne & Victoria group challenge ‘Victorian Landscapes’ It was also voted winner in the Australian Travel Photography and Writing group challenge ‘Midweek Daydreaming’ and was also voted into the top ten of the Made By Nature challenge ‘Reflections’. It was voted second in the Australian Landscapes challenge ‘Reflections In Water’. It was featured in Featured Features and the ‘500 – 5000 Group, and was voted Winner in the Wilsons Promontory group challenge ’Prom Granite’, and into the top ten of the Featured Features challenge PRIZES The Challenge of Challenges. It was also voted runner up in The Woman Photographer challenge ‘Your Magical Place’ , the Australian Landscapes challenge ‘Rivers and Rocks’, and the Photography Fun challenge ‘Your Best Shot’, and was voted fourth in the All Countries ~ Wetlands, Ponds, Lakes and Rivers challenge ‘Calm as a Mirror’. It sneaked into the top ten of the Mood & Ambience challenge ‘Reflections on Water’, the Destination Australia challenge ‘Aussie National Parks’, the The Beauty of Nature challenge ‘My Favourite Nature Photo’ and the Mood & Ambience challenge ‘Natural Rocks’, and was voted third in the Stillness Speaks challenge ‘Still Reflections’ and also the Landscape and Abstract Photography challenge ‘Who Wants to be the Next Groups Avatar? ’ It was voted second in the Australian Travel Photography and Writing challenge ’Creek to Coast’ and voted winner of the Shapes & Patterns challenge ‘NATURAL Shapes in ROCKS, Stones & PEBBLES’ as well as featured in ‘Shapes & Patterns’, ‘The Top Favorite Group’, ‘Destination Australia’ and ‘Your Country’s Best’. It was voted into the top ten of the Australian Travel Photography and Writing challenge ‘Icons of the national Parks’, the Along The Rural Road avatar challenge, the Artists’ Universe challenge ‘REFLECTIONS ♦ LANDSCAPE’, and the ‘Your Country’s Best’ challenge ‘Rock Formations’, also the May Avatar challenge. It was voted second in the Beach, River and Lake Treasures Avatar challenge and the ‘Time for Reflection . . .’ challenge in Shapes & Reflections, third in the Exquisition challenge ‘HOMEPAGE SPOTLIGHT!!’, and fourth on the Oz Talent challenge ‘Most Favourite Work’. It was also voted into the top ten of the Australian Women Photographers challenge ‘Show us your favourite reflection’, and the Wild Oz challenge ‘Lichen covered rocks in Australia’, and Joint Winner of the Landscape Photography challenge ‘Rocks’.
It also won a Highly Commended at Camberwell Rotary Show, and was published in Australian Photography magazine. It has currently ( 15/9/15 ) been viewed 14177 times, and has been favourited by 139 people.