ENTERT&I’s photographic contest, in association with Orion Expedition Cruises, in which keen photographers could win one 10-night Forgotten Islands photography cruise for two in 2013, valued at more than $21,000. First runner-up will receive Orion boutique products; second runner-up wins a signed copy of The Bathers’ Pavilion Cafe Cookbook by Orion’s consultant chef Serge Dansereau, valued at $39.99. Send your titled and captioned photo that you believe best captures the spirit of Australia, and if it’s selected by T&I as one of the (up to) five best images received that week, it will be featured in an online gallery on our website. Online readers can vote for their favourite shot, and each week’s winning image will be published in your T&I weekend supplement. Each week’s successful photographer will be shortlisted for the main cruise prize and runnersup prizes, to be judged on creativity, technique and originality in capturing the spirit of Australia by T&I’s panel of experts on Wednesday, December 12, 2012.
Oneonline voter each week wins a copy of The Bathers’ Pavilion Cafe Cookbook. To be eligible to win the book, voters must describe in 25 words or less why they have nominated the shot. The prize goes to the most creative and wellwritten entry among those nominating the winning photo.
Send in your week seven photo entries by 11.59pm on Wednesday, September 12 (Sydney time). Photos must be a minimum of 1MBand maximumof 3MB, titled and captioned. Entrants must also include their postal address and telephone number. OUR WEEK SIX PHOTO GALLERY IS NOW ONLINE: To vote for your favourite shot and for details of how to send in your photo entries for week seven, see: theaustralian.com.au/ travel. Our week five voter winner is Sandra Roy of Eltham North, Victoria.
Our week five winner is Convict Ruins, Tasman Peninsula by Paul Bastian, Darlington, WA