Land Trust launch photography competition

17th August 2018

The Land Trust is launching its first annual photography competition this Sunday, August 19, which coincides with World Photography Day.

Land Trust Through a Lens is an opportunity for people to share their photographs taken at one of the Trust’s 63 sites across the country.

There will be twelve winners chosen after the competition closes at midnight on October 19. The winning photographs will then feature in the Land Trust’s 2019 calendar and all winners will receive a copy.

Entrants may submit up to five photographs per category. Photographs must be high quality and taken at/of a Land Trust site within the last two years.

Entries can be made under the following categories:

Charitable Themes                                  Seasons

Environment (wildlife)                                Spring

Education (in action)                                 Summer

Economy                                                   Autumn

Health                                                        Winter

Social Cohesion

Entries can be made either via social media or email. To email, send your image along with your full name, details of where and when the photograph was taken and which category it is being entered into to To enter via social media, upload your photo using #LandTrustThroughALens stating when and where the photo was taken and which category you are entering it into.                                                                                                                         

Winners will be contacted via email or direct message after October 19, 2018.


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