An impromptu image of a baby being breastfed by his mother and a water fountain captured at dusk have been selected as winners of the Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
Milena Bate from Summer Hill was the winner of the 3 to 7 years age category for her photo My New Brother In Sydney.
Teddy Jones was the runner up in the 3-7 years age category with his photo Rainy Red Runaway
Layla Rose Moshi from Bossley Park was selected as the winner in the 8 to 12 years age category for Wishing Well.
Sonya Clarke from Beaumont Hills was the age 8 to 12 runner-up for her image FOMO – Building Media Relations.
The images were selected from 20 finalists by a panel of judges including National Geographic photographer Michaela Skovranova, Magnum Photo Agency member Trent Parke and TV personality Justine Clarke.
The two winners each won a new digital camera and photography accessories worth $500.
The two runners up each won photography pack prizes
Judge Justine Clarke said, “It was very difficult to pick the winners, but for me the winning images both reflect a sense of hope,
“One through the view of new life in an intimate family portrait, the other a beautiful exploration of light and movement. Continue reading SEEING SYDNEY THROUGH KIDS EYES : COMPETITION WINNERS ANNOUNCED