Monday, January 1, 2018

Afternoon Exhibition

The Wool Museum, Geelong is again hosting the 53rd Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
It will be for the next 2 years. We have previously seen the last 2 years.
A worldwide photographic competition is run in conjunction with the National History Museum, London.
48,000 entries were received and a panel of 6 judges chose the top 100 photographs.
The extraordinary images celebrate the diversity of the natural world, from intimate animal portraits to astonishing wild landscapes.
Ages run from Under 10, 11-14 yr old's and Adult.
The children's entries were amazing, a 5 year old won his section.
 No photographs are allowed, managed a long shot from outside.
Runs 13 December - 1 May 2018

Day 1 - Stitch Meditation - 20 minutes
Dipped my hand into my box of scraps and pulled out 3. 
Randomly placed them on the background, trimmed and stitched.
Didn't think about the colours or where to stitch.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for alerting me to the exhibition. I really enjoyed last year's so will have to take another trip to Geelong some time.

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  2. An overwhelming number of entries, I don't envy the judges. I second the thanks for the alert, good that it is on for a long stretch so I am sure I will get there.

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  3. I echo Jeanette's comment and I will try to make it to Geelong

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  4. I like the colours of your fabrics.

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