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Winners of the International 2013 savewater!® Photographic Competition

This year the savewater!® Photographic Competition has seen the most entries ever – over 3,700 entries from more than 90 countries around the world. These entries show that valuing water is something that crosses the boundaries of nations, tribes and languages – photography has been a great way to capture that.

Star Students Snapping at Sustainability

Cessiah HendersonWith term three fast coming to a close and the snow quickly melting from the ski fields what will the kids be doing these school holidays? Fortunately, there is still time to enter the International 2013 savewater!® Photographic Competition! With categories and great prizes for students of all ages, this is sure to entertain

Photographic Flashback

photo competitionWe’ve all heard about how a picture is worth a thousand words, and with the savewater!® photographic competition now in its sixth year, there’s a lot to be said! With this week marking the open of the call for entries for the International 2013 savewater!® Photographic Competition, we thought it would be a good chance

Winners are grinners

Awards trophiesThis year marked a decade of celebrating excellence in water-efficiency with the winners of the national 2012 savewater! awards® being announced at a gala ceremony during October. From a meat processing facility in country NSW to a young back to back photographic superstar from Victoria – this year’s winners

Celebrating 10 Years of Excellence

savewater! awardsNational Water Week 2012 is set to reach its peak tonight in Melbourne with the Australian Water Industry gathering for the national 2012 savewater! awards®. This evening’s celebration of sustainable water use marks the tenth year since the awards program first began back in 2002. What a long way they have come!

International perspectives on water photography

This year’s Open Category for the savewater! awards® features an all-international group of finalists; hailing from Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, South Africa, and Austria. It’s great to see such a range of countries engaging in raising awareness of water issues.

Promising futures for senior school photographic finalists

Promising future for senior school photographers!The finalists have been announced for the 2012 savewater! awards photographic competition Senior category (13 – 17 years old). This award is designed to recognise creative talent by capturing water conservation imagery as the key focus. Always an exciting category, check out the great work from the budding photographers…

Great work capturing water from these young whippersnappers

The finalists have been announced for the 2012 savewater! awards photographic competition Junior category (up to 12 years old). This award is designed to recognise creative talent by capturing water conservation imagery as the key focus. Check out the great work from the budding photographers.

Who captures water the best? Photographers!

These photographers capture water the bestThe 2011 savewater! awards® are upon us! Tonight, we will recognise and reward some inspirational water savers from categories in business, government, schools, local communities. A highlight of the savewater! awards® each year is the Photographic Competition, designed to recognise creative talent by capturing water conservation imagery as the key focus, and welcomes photographers from across the globe to submit their photographs. It attracts hundreds of high quality entries from around the globe in three categories: Junior, Senior, and Open.

Cam you capture water? Get snapping and WIN

Every Drop CountsPortraying the value of water through photography is vital in bringing water conservation to the forefront of people’s minds around the world and illustrating the importance of water. Images literally speak a thousand words, ‘zooming in’ on how precious water really is and rousing people to act. Although you might think your photo is just a drop in the ocean, it could squirt you straight to the top for the chance to win a digital SLR camera and your photo to be used in international water conservation campaigns.