Bush Babies in the frame

MP Mia Davies with competition winners Alan Boundary, Bridie Luers and Marika Riley.
MP Mia Davies with competition winners Alan Boundary, Bridie Luers and Marika Riley.

Held as a lead-up to the Kellerberrin Bush Babies exhibition and Naidoc week, local photographers were invited to enter photos representing their town, people and surrounding landscape.

The winners were announced at the Bush Babies exhibition launch last |Sunday.

Alan Boundary (11) was the winner of the town category with his photo titled The Post and Taylah Kickett (18) won the portrait section with Rocking Baby. The landscape category winners were Bridie Luers (17) with The Mirrors of Baandee and Marika Riley (15) with The Tree.

Overall winner Bridie Luers took home a new digital camera, which will help her in her photography studies at Murdoch University.

‘I love how I can capture moments and memories through photography and a sense of nostalgia,’ Ms Luers said.

The Kellerberrin Bush Babies exhibition celebrates the strength and resilience of Noongar families in the Wheatbelt. It is open at the Black Ant Gallery, Massingham Street, Kellerberrin on Mondays and Tuesdays until July 16. Go to canwa.com.au for more information.