Ugh—!

My vote would have gone to Peter for his waterfall along the Myrtle Gully Track (there are about four falls along there). I saw no symmetry or technical finesse in the other two images other than what the camera itself did. I am not prepared to give any of the photographers any real credit as promising "professional photographers" after just 4 hours. Oh please! Who ever on earth came up with the suggestion that they are now "promising professional photographers"!? Give a guy a 5D, and after 4 days or so, presto! He's a professional. It's a mad world. The ABC is I think conveying a terrible skewed, overly simplified and distorted representation of what is involved in dedicated landscape photography. They weren't even properly equipped for exploring such a hazardous place as Mount Wellington (especially the Organ Pipes Track where many people have come to grief on the icy rocks).