Winning mining photography

THE Snowden international mining photography exhibition was opened last night with 60 of the best photographs on display. See the winning entries here.
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Brian Levet, "Women Power", Guinea, first prize, Snowden Photo Competition 2009.

Angie Tomlinson


In opening the exhibition in Perth, Snowden chief executive Craig Morley commented on the extent of international publicity of the competition and the high standard of work submitted.


More than 1000 submissions were received from over 50 countries, including Albania, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Egypt, Guatemala, Indonesia, Lithuania, Mongolia, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Zambia.


The exhibition will remain in the Central Park foyer in Perth for the public to enjoy until October 8, when it will move to Brisbane from October 26 to November 6 at the Riverside Centre.



Brian Levet, Women Power, Guinea, first prize



Petrut Calinescu, Romanian Miners Finishing their Shift, black and white category winner



Brian Levet, Trucks Batu Hijau, equipment/machinery category winner



Geoff Gibson, High Scaling Crew for Pt Redpath, people/culture category winner


Matthew Merrett, Still Mine, granite quarry, landscape category winner

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