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'Moments Of Immersion' Exhibition

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'Moments Of Immersion' Exhibition:

A stunning selection of images have been selected to be shown at the Moments of Immersion Photography Exhibition from the 4-20 June at the Centre of Gravity Cafe, Old Public Trust Building, 11 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD. Festival-goers were invited to submit images across seven categories that reflected the spirt of Splore 08. Over 100 images were submitted with judges Miranda Brown, Serena Stevenson and Jason Burgess selecting the best 14 images to be on show as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography.

Overall winner is a series of images in 'The Day in the Life' category by Simon Bowen of Empress Stah performing. Simon has won a top of the line Nitro coffee machine from Gravity coffee. Congratulations to all other selected photographers and thank you to all who participated and submitted images. Be sure to come down to the Centre of Gravity, have a delicious coffee and check out these great shots of Splore 08.

Category winners:

A Good Going Session:
First - Massimo Perego
Runner Up - Simon Bowen
Highly Commended - Rich Johns
Village Life:
First - Ashley Turner
Runner Up - Justin Redding
Fresh Eyes:
First- Zola Prendiville
A Day in the Life
First and overall winner - Simon Bown
Carousing and Frolicing
First and 2nd overall winner - Charlotte Cull
Runner Up - Justin Redding
On Show
First - Virginia Braun
Runner Up - Iain Bell
Ph-Art
First - Justin Redding
Runner Up - Stephen Johns
Highly Commended - Dean Adam
Huge thanks to Gravity coffee for their generous support.


Image: Jason Burgess Image: Greg Novak
Thanks also to Benefitz, Jagermeister, Good Water and Sacred Hill


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