Julie Conn’s photo of the Jerilderie Lake could be on the next cover of the Southern Riverina Local Phone Directory.January 23, 2014 4:16am
Julie entered this stunning photo as part of the Southern Riverina News competition for the 2014/2015 directory.
The image depicts the recent hive of activity at the Jerilderie Lake and was taken earlier this month on January 11.
Members of the community are being invited to submit their own photographs for consideration as the phone book’s front cover.
The image can depict a subject of your choice – but has to be taken in the southern Riverina and fit the theme ‘Embracing Life’.
To enter the competition contact Carol Kennedy at the SRN firstname.lastname@example.org.
All entries must include the photographer’s name and where and when the photo was taken. You should also give your photo a name.
Entries will be taken until Friday, February 28, 2014.
The best weekly photograph will feature each week in the Southern Riverina News.
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