Sunday dreams. The water became milky, the soft light transformed my son into something other worldly as he closed his eyes after a hairwash in the bath.
Solitaire. The dahlia was shot from above using the portrait mode in camera. Converted to B&W in post-production I wanted to create a charcoal sketched effect.
Heaven and Earth. George Clooney wears a $20K watch celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. The elderly women often begging at the entrance to Sydney's Belmore Park would barely have $20 to her name. World's apart.
Wheels Of Misfortune. This image was photographed through a window of the now derelict Rozelle psychiatric hospital in Sydney. A poignant reminder that for many in our society life is less than half full. Lest we forget, their days may be spent in a lonely and empty space.
Carole Mills Noronha
Memories of my mum and grandma.. I have a small family but I had all I ever needed. A wonderful mum and grandma who taught me so much. The photo Im holding was taken in 1977. My grandma and mum are sitting watching my sister and I swim on what would have been a hot summers day. This is how that memory would sit in the same suburban backyard today in 2019.
Post game blues. Jordan consoles Nicholas with his brother Otis looking on. He holds his 100th game medal, but is devastated from loosing the game - as he was playing in his honour to his grandmother who had passed away a year earlier. Date: 02/06/2019 Location: Koornang Park, Carnegie Device: iPhone 6s
Tunnel Vision. No one chooses to beg for the money. It is an act of survival. The disregard of the passing hordes a further humiliation.
Through my eyes. The concept of Portraiture is challenged by Indigenous people, as it is evident that, for Indigenous peoples, portraiture and identity extend beyond the generally accepted western notion of a vertical representation of a face to depict the image of a person.
The Tailored Linen Blazer. I was walking along King Street Newtown late in the afternoon and saw the vivid reflection of the buildings in the clothing window shop display. I took this picture as I thought it was a striking image.
Concrete World of Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the world's most significant financial centres, and is also known for its skyline , skyscrape
Fog Cover. Being such a rare weather event in Sydney, despite running late for a flight, I quickly stopped the car just to capture these fishermen blanketed in fog.
Majestic ibis bathing. The beleaguered ibis turned into a bin chicken bathes to get clean in the fountain on the former Golden Mile in Kings Cross. Streets known for drugs, crime, prostitution and corruption- the Ibis proudly washes off after a day of scavenging.
Morning Train. This image captures the worlds largest indoor waterfall. In some photos, there's a line that draws the viewer's eye toward a certain part of the frame. The leading lines in this shot are formed by water itself that surround the oncoming train. These leading lines have created a sense of depth in the image, and has made the photo look purposefully designed.
Unwind. Captured my brother taking a dip in waters on the shores of Melbourne. It was a much-needed break from work, and the image of him taking a dip is a perfect way to unwind.
Crossing Chalmers. As the tram line through Sydney's Surry Hills nears completion, night lights are left operating, illuminating commuters on their way home from work.
Trapped in Dementia . I was visiting my very sick father in a dementia ward one morning and noticed the sunlight streaming through a window next to a garden nearby. I saw these fingernail imprints from dementia patients trying to get out. It is a simple picture of the living hell these people suffer. So poignant and frightening. Dementia is the long goodbye! Taken with iPhone.
Early Morning Ritual. Rain, hail, or shine, every morning of the year at Avoca Beach, a group of local swimmers brave everything that Mother Nature can throw at them to start their day with an ocean swim. For most, it's a way of life that just can't be missed. The word on the street, is that it's all about the coffee at the end. Though for some, I suspect that salt water feels more at home for them than dry land.
BEE Grateful!!!. Our planets hardest workers!!! ???????????? Where would we BEE without these gals???
Chean Wu Lim
Accidental Transmogrification. Can you see a trapped mermaid in the tree trunk and branches? She is frozen in time with a scream that was never heard with hands raised into the sky. It is like a bark symphony, only this one is a silent coda that never ends!
Paul Graeme Dodd
Tee Dee Sign. Melbourne has very few remaining original neon signs. This is one of them - a very nondescript sign, outside a nondescript building near Essendon Airport. But it is a connection to the past and the more I look at it, the more it attracts me.
Girl with earring. A sudden downpour led us to shelter under an underpass. The light was beautiful, almost Renaissance. A lot of my work is centred around the concept of modern beauty and the girl with earring epitomised the concept of 2019 complete with the current trend of puffer jacket.
Welcome to our World. Captured in the first few minutes of my daughter's life in this beautiful world.
Out With The Old. I came across this pile of rubbish behind the stalls of the markets at Campo Dei Fiori, Roma. The mannequin parts were discarded from nearby shops and tossed to the ground with old boxes from the stalls.
The Night-Heron.It is notoriously difficult to photograph birds in the wild so when this night-heron flew down and landed close to me, I took the opporunity to try and get a good photo with my mobile. I used the mobile's10x otical zoom, lay down and moved even closer, trying to ensure that behind the bird was in shadow so that I could isolate the bird from its background (a huge problem with mobiles).
Low-tide tessellation. The light was playing on the water at low tide on Phillip Island, Victoria. A conversion to black and white highlighted the natural pattern created on the surface by the sand and the sea. Taken with an iPhone 5C
Sunbather in Barcelona . I took this photo whilst on holidays at the beach in Barcelona. There was a sunbather next to us who had covered himself in tanning oil.
Survivor . My one legged seagull loves to pose for me. He will find me no matter where I am on the beach. Taken at Cronulla Beach
Paul Graeme Dodd
Douglas's Service Station. An original neon sign from the 1950s, still in operation - one of very few left in Melbourne. This sign is outside the original business, which is still running and still owned by the original family.
Chean Wu Lim
Bell-o-drama - A Cross Continental Tale. The Bell Tower is one big musical instrument that houses the 2nd largest ensemble of 300 year old change ringing bells in the world. It's appropriately symbolic when the bells ring across the Swan River, the old and new in perfect harmony. These bells were located in St Martin's but Australia made a trade to supply tin and copper for casting of new bells in exchange. I'd say that's a good barter.
5am Journeys . Taken from inside a hot air balloon in Cappadocia, Turkey just after sunrise.
Pete, Newtown, New South wales. I hadn't seen Pete before, and I havent seen him since. He was sitting still as a statue on some steps clutching his inches thick wallet like a talisman. He didn't have much to say as he allowed me to shoot him, but he did profess to be happy.
Isis van Mook
tan The Man. When I look into my dog, Stanleys eyes I can see a reflection of myself both literally and figuratively. His carefree attitude and clever tricks make it impossible not to be happy and will forever put a smile on my face.
Sky high. Turkey is a beautiful country. But this particular view awed me. The unison of the hot air balloon rising.
Liberty Hand. Taking photos from a unique, unexpected angle can make them more memorable, it tends to make the image stand out, since most mobile photos are taken either straight -on or from a bird's eye view. Taking this shot directly in front of the girl enabled the integrate details of the umbrella to be captured.
Suhas Sudhakar Kulkarni
Picnic at the fort. Caught this nostalgic moment at a fort outside the city, where people were enjoying the picnic
Katoomba, 01:12:51AM. This is my brother in the back streets of Katoomba, NSW during the early hours of one Sunday morning. We have been at my cousins wedding reception, but a few guests want to party on and there's a bar open just around the corner.
Summer backyard wedding. This shot was taken just after the wedding ceremony at my cousin's wedding when everyone comes up and congratulates the bride and groom.I love that everyone is happy in this picture.
Approaching Storm. Multi-storey car park, Castle Towers shopping centre, Castle Hill, Sydney.
Women beat men with sticks. Holi celebration in India. Women in traditional clothes have a once a year opportunity to beat men with big sticks, the men have shields and squat in the streets to be beaten, they change over after 5 minutes of beating as the women get right into it. The spectators cheer on the women. The banging of drums and chanting is incredibly festive.