The Peak District National Park, Moors for the Future Partnership, Community Science project, have launched a Photography Competition. The theme this year is ‘Water in the Uplands’, and the deadline for entries is quite soon – midday 31st December 2016.
Water is a vital part of moorland and blanket bog ecosystems – allowing peat to form and wildlife to thrive. The partnership are looking for photos which show off water in these ‘upland’ habitats.
The competition is open to all amateur photographers and includes a prize for each age category. The prize in the ‘Adults’ category is an HD nestbox camera system worth £99; and the prize in the ’15 and under’ category is a waterproof Nikon camera worth £130.
Full details of how to enter and the rules can be found here: http://www.moorsforthefuture.org.uk/community-science/competition.
Please note: Professional photographers are not eligible to enter, photos must have been taken in Great Britain and photos which have won other competitions will not be considered.
This post was written by: Stephen Smith on 8th, December 2016