Young NEAVE hails from Bomber land not far from Essendon’s Windy Hill, and also close to what used to be Melbourne’s original international airport. The aspiring 8 year on lass was on a mission to find her SUPER SHOT submissions before rushing off for another test of her skills. The last of the FOCUS FORCE Kids With Cameras who put their hands up after becoming involved as a result of the ROCKLEY FLOWER FOTO CAMERA CHALLENGE at the Garden Show, she shows what she is made of here. She’ll be thrilled to read your POSTS of PRAISE too!
714NL7 When you think of yellow, you think of cabs, and when you think of yellow cabs you think of New York. How great this shot would have been had it had a taxi in it’s reflection.
714NL8.An image that captures the features of the sculpture rather than the whole look. Here just focusing on the features of the hoof, leg and chest of the enormous beast. And, somewhere in there is pigeon. Luckily the hoof is going nowhere and the bird will live to see another day.
714NL5.All the shapes and angles of modern archcitecture are caught in this pic of a city high rise. The building is home to another contrast. This time people of different nationalities of many countries around the world.
714NL5.The jelly building which is the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology where students from all over Victoria, Australia and the world come to advance their education and increase their knowledge to take them through their chosen careers.
714NL.11. In this shot vying for SUPER SHOT status the camera of Neave takes you past the mask, to the doorway and beyond into the sumptuous interior of Tiffany and the gleaming showcases displaying the best money can buy in fine jewellery.
714NL11. The towering tower of the clock high above the Melbourne Town hall where many people hurry every day glancing up to check their time as they rush to their next appointment or work.
714NL10. Bikes took Neaves eye too as they waited patiently for their owners to return at the end of the day, and head for home. The wo in the corner stand in contrast to the grey stone wall. Below, a framed one with the seat being using to create the effect and slats on the seat taking the eye in the direction of the bike. 714NL12
714NL.13. Two buildings crammed between two taller ones, show the contrasts in design periods between all four. Each illustrating a different vision, and each a proud achievement in making the CITY of CONTRASTS, the unique place that the heart of Melbourne is.
WRITE A POST of PRAISE choosing two of the images you see each day that you consider would make a picture postcard view of Melbourne to be reproduced as a KIDzPIKz postcard. The high scorers will then be considered for the collection which FOCUS FORCE FRIENDSHIP AMBASSADOR Madeleine Puli will pack into her luggage to hand out to New York Kids With Cameras. Just write the image numbers in your post and we’ll do the rest.
HOW TO POST A PRAISE; Choose the SUPER SHOT submission you like most. Go to bottom here, and click on “leave a comment” then nominating the Kids With Cameras name, and the image number in the post. Then add a few words of praise to encourage them. It’s that easy.
THANK YOU TO HARVEY NORMAN PHOTOCENTRE in the QV CENTRE MELBOURNE for rewarding the FOCUS FORCE Kids With Cameras with FREE PRINT VOUCHERS. CHECK OUT THEIR DEALS FOR Kids With Cameras and others at ;http://www.harveynorman.com.au/
GO TO THE SPLENDOUR OF; tiffany.com.au
WATCH THE FOCUSFOR WEBSITE EACH DAY THIS WEEK FOR THE BEST OF THE CITY of CONTRASTS SUBMISSIONS.