Langhorne Creek Photography Competition

The Langhorne Creek Photography Competition has been inspired by the vineyards, wine, culture, landscapes, and nature of our region.
The competition provided a platform for photographers to spend time in our beautiful part of South Australia, showcase their work and share their experiences.
The competition closed for entries in January 2021 and the winners awarded.

First Prize: Spud Duggery by Robbie Greenwell. $1000 awarded.

Second Prize: Enchanting Autumn by Tom Overall. Mixed dozen Langhorne Creek wines awarded.

Third Prize: Magnificent Blue Gum by Anthony Anderson. Mixed dozen Langhorne Creek wines awarded.

People’s Choice Winner: Blossom Bloom by Andrew Legallez. Mixed dozen of Langhorne Creek wines and Fleurieu Chocolate Company goodies awards.

The Langhorne Creek Photography exhibition was organised by Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine Incorporated, an industry body supporting the wineries and growers of Langhorne Creek.
Langhorne Creek Photography Competition sponsored by Alexandrina Council.

People’s Choice voting has closed. 
Congratulations to Andrew Legallez,  ‘Blossom Bloom’

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Title: Slow to 30 and Admire the View
Author: Peter Cheung
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Description: The entrance to Angas Winery is tree-lined, mirroring the neat rows of grape vines on both sides. Driving along Langhorne Creek Road in a rush to get to the centre of Langhorne Creek in one direction or to Strathalbyn in the other, the geometric design of the trees and vines plantings is easily missed. Slow down, make a stop, and admire the creator's work that has taken years to come to fruition.


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