Photos from Rottnest Island and Fremantle included in annual international Shoulder to Shoulder project


Cameron Worts, Rottnest Island, December 31 at 5.31pm

Graeme Barrett, St Johns Ambos at work, December 31 at 6.04pm
Janet O'Brien, Fremantle Port, January 1 at 10.58am

Michael Thomas, Sunrise on 129th Street NYC, January 1 at 7.30am

Michelle Keyt, Intercontinental Resort Jimbaran Bay, Bali, Indonesia, December 31 at 9.12pm

Neil Nuia Family, Honiara, Solomon Islands, December 31 at 7.30pm
Cameron Worts, Rottnest Island, December 31 at 5.31pm Graeme Barrett, St Johns Ambos at work, December 31 at 6.04pm Janet O'Brien, Fremantle Port, January 1 at 10.58am Michael Thomas, Sunrise on 129th Street NYC, January 1 at 7.30am Michelle Keyt, Intercontinental Resort Jimbaran Bay, Bali, Indonesia, December 31 at 9.12pm Neil Nuia Family, Honiara, Solomon Islands, December 31 at 7.30pm

MORE than 50 photographers from all over the world captured images over 24 hours on New Year’s Eve as part of the annual international Shoulder to Shoulder project.

Participants have submitted images from locations including Rottnest Island, Fremantle Port, New York, Bali, the Solomon Islands, New Zealand, South Australia, Taiwan, Germany and the UK.

Professional photographer Christian Fletcher took part this year.

Photographer and Shoulder to Shoulder co-ordinator Rick Bawden said he was expecting more than 500 images this year to create a photo book of about 120 pages.

Images were captured from 12pm on December 31 to 12pm on January 1, however Mr Bawden kept his camera clicking for more than 33 hours.

“I started in Fremantle on the beach and went to Karrakatta cemetery, North Perth and Canning Vale,” he said.

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