As 2022 comes to a close, we asked our talented photographer Dominika Lis to take a little trip down memory lane to choose some of her favourite images from the year.
From attending community events like Moreton Bay Food and Wine Festival, Jetty2Jetty and Redcliffe Kitefest, to snaping the match highlights from the Redcliffe Dolphins and the New Zealand Warriors games, Dominika has been there for it all.
She also captured the essence of every news story our journalists at Moreton Daily told, using her camera lens to highlight a person's personality and achievements to accompany our words.
Have a click through the gallery below to see some of Dominkia’s highlights from 2022.
A new sculpture that pays tribute to Bongaree, the first known Aboriginal person to circumnavigate Australia and contribute to the mapping of the Australian coastline, has been unveiled outside the Bribie Island Seaside Museum **FREE TO READ**
The Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets are returning to the Redcliffe foreshore with the best eats, beats and treats the peninsula has to offer. Here's the details
Step into the colourful world of celebrated artist Martin Edge this summer at Pine Rivers Art Gallery. Playful and interactive elements feature in the exhibition. **FREE TO READ**
A new community garden that aims to inspire people to grow their own healthy food in an urban environment will call Beachmere home. Located next to the Beachmere Hub, the garden is the result of many years of planning and fundraising. See the pictures here