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Blue Mountains Tourist : Spring 2009
BMTN would like to encourage visitors and residents alike to submit their best photos to us for publication. Each edition, we'll feature the work of one photographer. That photographer will get a credit in the newspaper and a complimentary Family Scenic Pass to Scenic World. The photographer judged the 'Best of the Year' will win lunch for two in the revolving Skyway Restaurant -- the only restaurant in Katoomba with a view of the Three Sisters from your table. You'll need to submit your photo or photos in high resolution either by email or on CD, together with your name and contact details and a statement that you own the copyright of the work. Photos don't have to be new or even in colour. We are interested in old photos as well. If necessary we can scan them for you. Originals will be returned. Entries should be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Rob Weaver at Scenic World, PO Box 1042 Katoomba, NSW 2780. This edition, we are showing work by Jeff Stockton, a Blacktown resident who comes to the Blue Mountains at weekends to take pictures and do a little trekking. He's an amateur but hopes to become a professional. Jeff shoots both digital and 35mm film. His favourite places include Valley of the Waters at Wentworth Falls, the Pool of Siloam at Leura, Hanging Rock at Blackheath and Minnie Ha Ha falls at Katoomba. "Wherever I go in the Blue Mountains is great," says Jeff. "I really appreciate being able to visit and photograph such ancient and beautiful natural wonders." The Blue Mountains is one of the most picturesque regions of Australia -- and every day, hundreds of snappers take photographs of its natural beauties from every possible angle. Show us your photographic skills! www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au spring 2009 16
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