Mindfulness Photography Competition
We called all remote health practitioners, including Aboriginal and Allied Health Workers – whether you are still working out bush or have already returned home to enter the CRANAplus Mindfulness Photography Competition!
Mindful photography is about capturing ordinary moments in everyday life that encourage you the viewer to be ‘in the moment’. No special equipment is required. Mobile phone cameras are great because you carry them around and are therefore able to be employed when your eye is caught by the ‘extra-ordinary’. This competition is about fostering calmness and self awareness – noticing the light, different nuances of colour and it can also be about seeing the world differently.
We received so many fantastic entries, and have featured the winning photo below by Anne Tournay. The two runners up follow, by Kara Templeton and Andrea Porteous.