THE BELL TOWER ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION WINNERS ARE…

The Bell Tower’s 8th annual photographic competition offered Western Australian non-professional photographers the chance to express their view of the Tower, and the chance to win some fantastic prizes.

This year’s theme was ‘Sense of Place’ which clearly motivated photographer’s imagination because the Tower received some incredibly creative entries.
There were three categories this year; People’s Choice (18+), Judges Selection (18+), and a youth category. The Judges and the people of WA have made their decision and The Bell Tower is delighted to announce the 2018 winners are…

JUDGES SELECTION: Tracey Killen from Palmyra (picture above)
PEOPLES CHOICE: Christian Mueller from Kensington (main picutre)
YOUTH: Taylor Yates from Beelair (picture below)

The Judges and People’s Choice winners each received a $1,200 prize

including a Canon EOS Camera Kit, and a Shoot Photography Workshop voucher. The Youth category winner received a Canon PowerShot G9X Mark II Camera, valued at $739.

Everyone who took the time to vote in the “People’s Choice’ category, were entered in the draw to win a sensational ADAMS Pinnacle Tours 2-Day Margaret River Getaway-Top Drop Experience including accommodation at Margarets Beach Resort. The lucky winner is Alexis Davy from Beelerup who received the prize valued $1,500.

The Bell Tower would like to thank everyone that entered and our esteemed Judges; Howard Frank, Director Camera Electronic, Mogens Johansen, Lead Travel Photographer for Seven West Travel Club, Saul Frank, Director Camera Electronic, Jenni Storey, Assistant Editor, Features / Editorial Seven West Media (WA), Lisa Barnes, News Director 882 6PR and Bell Tower Ambassador.

This competition would not have been possible without the valued promotional partners; Camera Electronic, Canon, Fitzgerald Photo Imaging, SHOOT Photography and, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours.

The Bell Tower congratulates the 2018 winners.

General Enquiry

“I didn’t realise there was so much to learn about bells.”

Michelle & Martin Lovett, Victoria

“It’s a really interesting musical instrument!”

Ryu Hyungsuk, South Korea

“We have nothing like this at home. With compliments to Perth for it.”

Ron & Jean Lawson, Canada