Photographers Choice : Photos of the week By The Courier PhotographersMarch 7, 2014, 3:30 p.m.Tweet Print Story The Courier photographers choose their favourite pics from the week. Photographers Choice : Photos of the week Millie Widdison and Larni Marshall in the preview to Ballarat's Rainbow Run. Picture: Jeremy BannisterLamb from Toland Merino Stud in Violet Town. PIC: KATE HEALYParamedics protest outside Simon Ramsay's new office. Picture: Justin WhitelockAndrew Powell holding some of the opiums. PIC: KATE HEALYHead of the Lake Preview, Ballarat Grammar's Stephanie McMullin and Geoff Creber. PIC: KATE HEALYDamacus College Students, Demcee Davies, Jack Cuttler, Chloe Pearson and Carlie Steenhuis. PIC: KATE HEALYPremier Denis Napthine opening the Ballarat Specialist School farm campus's new bakery cafe. PIC: KATE HEALYNarelle Tolliday at Curtain Call Studio is the first to introduce a new exercise craze, Barre Attack which combines pilates and ballet. PIC: KATE HEALYMaddy Veal rehearsing his act. PIC: KATE HEALYKing-hit victim Daniel Lock. Picture: Adam TraffordClarendon College students celebrate at Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterBallarat Grammar students celebrate at Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterBallarat High School boys celebrate their victory at Head of the Lake. Picture: Lachlan BenceA tense moment during the East Ballarat and Naps-Sebas contest. Picture: Lachlan BenceJosh Partington. Picture: Adam TraffordDamascus College enjoy their first Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterSt Pats get into the spirit at Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterLoreto College arrive at Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterBallarat High School get nice and loud at Head of the Lake. Picture: Jeremy BannisterJake Connolly at Clarendon College's 150th anniversary celebration. Picture: Jeremy BannisterWarren Harris and his very rare 1949 Commer Karrier. Picture: Jeremy BannisterPowershop CEO Ben Burge at Mt Mercer wind farm. Picture: Justin WhitelockJack Hardy and Woady Yaloak Scarsdale campus has won How Does Your Garden Grow competition. Picture: Justin Whitelock.Acting Sergeant Travis Johnson tries out the Digitector speed detector. Picture: Adam TraffordBrighton Grammar School - Sebastion Nearchou & Oscar Armstong. Picture: Adam TraffordTweetFacebook of ╳exitClick the image above to launch a photo gallery of the best photos taken by our photographers in Ballarat this week.