Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for beautiful and awe-inspiring wildlife and landscape photographs to grace the pages of its 2016 online calendar.
The subject matter is entirely your choice providing it follows the theme, ‘My Wild Sussex’.
Choose the wild places that are special to you – maybe the downs, woodlands, or a favourite urban nature spot where wildlife thrives.
First prize is £100 cash and the runner-up will receive a set of four Mark Greco wildlife mugs.
Pictures taken by the 12 finalists will appear in The Trust’s 2016 online calendar, and the overall winning image will feature in its members’ magazine, monthly enews and on its website.
You can enter up to five images and they must all be in a landscape format and no bigger than 1MB. All images must be digital – no slides or prints.
Once the Trust’s judges have selected the 12 finalists, the overall winner will be voted for by the public. Closing date for receipt of entries is September 30.
Upload your images to: sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/discover/photo-competition, or post a CD to: Richard Cobden, Photography Competition, Sussex Wildlife Trust, Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9SD.
Sussex Wildlife Trust has more than 30,000 members who are helping to protect the county’s rich natural heritage.
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