This year the Head On Photo Festival is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and the Parliament is delighted to welcome the Head On Landscape Prize back to the Fountain Court for the month of May.
The exhibition will also feature finalists in the NSW Parliament Landscape Photography Prize; a prize awarded to the best photograph of a landscape within NSW. The Speaker and President's Prizes will be awarded at an event hosted at the Parliament on 9 May, sponsored by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.
The prize takes a broad approach to 'landscape' encompassing 'large vista' images of the natural environment- land or sea, urban or industrial settings.
This year, the exhibition will be available to the public from May 6 until May 30. Pictured is one of the 2019 finalists, by Ari Rex, courtesy of Head On Photo Festival.
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