Junion winner: A 400-second exposure of driftwood at Ullagundi Island (between Ashby and Maclean). Photo: Blake Bodycote
Junion winner: A 400-second exposure of driftwood at Ullagundi Island (between Ashby and Maclean). Photo: Blake Bodycote

Rivers photo deserves exposure

THE winner of the Daily Examiner World Rivers Day photo competition has been decided in both the junior and senior sections.

Junior winner Blake Bodycote, 16, of Ashby, showed the most technical proficiency by nailing this shot (pictured) of a piece of driftwood at Ullagundi Island in the middle of the Clarence River near Maclean on Sunday at 6am.

Senior winner was mother-of-two Shannon Green, of Fineflower, with her stunning photos of cattle crossing the Clarence in the upper reaches.



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