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Lifestyle : 2010 Sydney International Boatshow
1HERSA1 S018 18 July 24-25, 2010 smh.com.au SPECIAL REPORT CAPTURE THAT MAGIC MOMENT PHOTOGRAPHY A competition shows that the boating community has a remarkable eye for beauty. Every picture tells a story . . . (clockwise from main) the tall ship, Svanen, in Jerusalem Bay on the Hawkesbury River; a dolphin near Port Aransas, Texas; Fort Denison on Sydney Harbour reflected in a porthole; a boat off Whitehaven Beach; Watsons Bay panorama; fractal flow at Wimbie Beach. Photos: Matt Clarke-Bruce; Robin Hibberd; Udi Gonen; Heather Kirk; Stephen Pascoe; Sandra Williams O ne of the great things about boating is you're forever being exposed to scenes of beauty and wonder. You might motor into a quiet bay just as the sun is hitting the horizon and witness a gorgeous sunset. Or you could be sitting on deck as the kids dive overboard, splashing in the warm turquoise water. Or maybe while walking onshore you discover an intricate sandstone cave. The Sydney International Boat Show holds a competition each year to recognise outstanding photographs taken by members of the boating community. Last year's competition saw two photos, both black and white, tie for first place. Mark Brady's moody shot showed the deck of a yacht in a storm while John R. Hancock's contribution showed an old salt looking out to sea. The field is shaping up well for this year's competition, to be judged at the show. Here are some of the outstanding entries received so far for the 2010 prize. Category winners will each get $500 worth of Musto outdoor gear.
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