Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shot showing any type of railing or fence in the Other Side Of The Fence Photo Contest with chances to win a Fire HD 6 Tablet and more!

A special thanks to friend and professional photographer Drew Hopper for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Drew Hopper is a fine art travel and landscape photographer, when he isn’t traveling he calls Australia home. Captivated by the diversity of cultures, people and environment, Drew ventures far and wide to capture pictures that define his experiences with the vision that they will impact and inspire an audience in a way individual to each viewer. Drew is a regular contributor to Australian Geographic, covering assignments throughout Australia. He also regularly contributes to Australian Photography magazine writing photo articles and judges monthly contests, and has work featured in numerous travel, photography and lifestyle magazines worldwide.

Grand Jury Winner

"This was by far the shot that was the most original of all shortlisted entries. The dark moody monochrome treatment gives the image a very eerie feel, while retaining a sense of peace and solitude with the lone figure framed perfectly inside the fence. Overall a strong composition, clean and simple black and white processing nailing the contest brief. " - Drew Hopper

Runner Up

"The colours and contrast combined with the soft effect ofthe long exposure all work together beautifully to create a soothing image. There is a real sense of peace conveyed in this scene, it's almost dreamlike. " - Drew Hopper

Runner Up

"A very atmospheric black and white landscape with a narrative that pops right out of the image. The dark contrast and tones really give the image a sense of harsh weather, combined with the sheep it has a beautiful feeling to it." - Drew Hopper

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