2017 Elders Calendar Competition
Rural enthusiasts, Elders employees and amateur photographers flocked to enter the annual Elders calendar competition, with over 1,000 entries this year. The competition provides entrants with a platform to showcase their work, as well as Australia.
Western Australian livestock contractor, Courtney Robinson won the competition with her photo “Flaming Galah,” which was taken on Koordarrie Station, Pilbara. The photo will be featured as the cover of the calendar and will receive the cash prize. Courtney’s photo “Into the Evening” has also been selected for the month of November.
Courtney said, “Elders always has a great representation of true Aussie photos, and I wanted to be part of it.”
Elders marketing manager, Yasmiin Phillips says the Elders calendar is iconic in Australian households. “Once again, we were astounded by the quality of entries this year and our judging panel found it difficult to narrow the entries down to just 13,” she said. “The calendar highlights Australia’s diversity and each photo has a unique story to tell.” Yasmiin explains that “providing a platform to showcase beautiful photos of regional and rural Australia, whilst thanking our clients for their continued support is so important to us.”
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2017 Calendar Selections
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