Curtin Cal­en­dar needs cool shots

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PHOTOS like this one taken by Western Sub­urbs Weekly pho­tog­ra­pher An­drew Ritchie are wanted for Curtin MHR Julie Bishop’s 2016 cal­en­dar. Ritchie’s photo fea­tured in the 2015 cal­en­dar.

The an­nual Curtin Cal­en­dar ex­hibits the artis­tic tal­ent of lo­cal pho­tog­ra­phers and en­tries should de­pict peo­ple and places from Bishop’s elec­torate.

“There are thou­sands of tal­ented pro­fes­sional and am­a­teur pho­tog­ra­phers who live in the Curtin elec­torate and the an­nual Curtin Cal­en­dar is a chance for the pho­to­graphic abil­i­ties of lo­cal res­i­dents to be ex­hib­ited,” she said.

“The elec­torate of Curtin is a pho­tog­ra­pher’s dream with the beau­ti­ful In­dian Ocean to the west, King’s Park to the east, Herds­man Lake to the north and the Swan River to the south – there are hun­dreds of pic­turesque lo­ca­tions iconic to Western Aus­tralia and the western sub­urbs of Perth.”

En­tries should be a land­scape high res­o­lu­tion JPEG im­age and at least 3mb at 300dpi, suit­able for print re­pro­duc­tion.

Email to stephanie.van­icek@aph.gov.au or send a disc or USB drive to PO Box 2010, Su­bi­aco WA 6904 by Oc­to­ber 16.

An­drew Ritchie’s Sculp­ture by the Sea photo, which made a 2015 cal­en­dar.

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