Kwinana’s top shots
The winners of this year’s annual City of Kwinana photography competition have been announced, with 71 entries received.
Entries addressed the theme of Kwinana Inspires, defined as any place, person or thing the entrant felt played an inspiring role or part in their life.
All entries are now on display at the Kwinana Public Library until August 11.
Deputy Mayor Peter Feasey said the number of entries was up from 60 last year.
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“We love seeing what inspires people about Kwinana through the photographic skills of those living, visiting and working in the area,” Cr Feasey said.
“The winning entries this year were all taken outdoors and featured our community’s remarkable landscapes,” he said.
Levi Montgomery won the adult category for her image featuring the grain terminal at Kwinana Beach during the last sunset of 2020.
The youth winner was Grace Laugher and Olivia Sztor and Yashraj Singh both took out the children’s category.
There were no valid entries for the local history category.
Cr Wendy Cooper was among the panel of judges and presented certificates to winners who gathered at the Kwinana Public Library on July 14.
“I think it’s wonderful to see young people respond to a challenge and embrace the topic of Kwinana Inspires in such a positive way,” Cr Cooper said.
Eight entries were also recognised by the City of Kwinana with high distinctions.
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