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Winners - FJ Engish Photography Awards

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2008 Highly Commended

Alan Dyer, VIC

1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, SRH22107, at the gates of Government House in Melbourne when the Victoria Branch at a Charity Day.

'A Stately Car'

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2008 Winner

Bryan Inder, NSW

1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, 12HG, at Uluru in Central Australia during a joint Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club and Silver Ghost Association ‘Wholly Ghost Tour’ on 15 May 1996.

'The Ghost at Uluru'

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2009 Highly Commended

Kerry Moorhouse, QLD

1973 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, Chassis No. SRH16864, at the Pinnacles, Western Australia on the Terra Australis Overlander after the 51st Federal Rally in Western Australia.

'Pinnacle'

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2009 Winner

Brian Carson, QLD

The winner commented, “I have only recently joined the Club and a good friend allows me to take his Bentley S2 Flying Spur for a run.” Taken at the All British Day in Brisbane.

'All British'

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2010 Highly Commended

Adam Griffiths, VIC

Highly commended in second place is Victoria Branch Member, Adam Griffiths' photograph titled 'The loneliness of the car photographer' taken at the 2010 RROCA Federal Rally in Hobart.

'The Loneliness of the car Photographer'

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2010 Highly Commended

Peter Forbes, SA

Third place went to Peter Forbes from the South Australia Branch for his photograph of 1935 Bentley 3.5 litre, B64EF, taken at the 2010 South Australian Branch Concour d'Elegance.

'A Driving Joy'

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2010 Winner

Brian Carson, QLD

A 1937 Rolls-Royce 20/25hp, Chassis No. GRC24, taken at the Queensland All British Day.

'Golden Wheels'

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2011 Highly Commended

Patty Aiosa, NSW

Highly commended was Patty Aiosa’s (NSW) photograph of David McPhee (QLD) with his 1909 Silver Ghost, 1122, (right) the oldest Rolls-Royce in Australia, at the 2011 Federal Rally in Canberra.

'Aging Gracefully'

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2011 Winner

Liam Carson, QLD

It is of 1957 Bentley S1, B464EG, owned by Ian and Susie Maitland and was taken at the 2011 Queensland Branch Concours d’Elegance.

'd’Elegance'

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2012 Winner

Jordan Carson, QLD

Photo of the 1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30, GGM3, owned by Ken Folliott (QLD) taken at the Queensland Branch run to Mount Mee in January 2012 .

'1936'

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2013 Winner

Lloyd Missen, NSW

Lloyd’s photograph captured the essence of the Club a typical line-up of Club cars on the Dawn Patrol at Swan Hill, VIC and perhaps more importantly, the spirit of friendship amongst rally participants.

'A Typical Line Up'

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2014 Winner

Don Grogan, VIC

Don has captured the spirit of Club membership at the Victoria Branch Concours at the Lionel Gell School of Instruction located next to the SHRF.

'Engrossed'

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