The Nature Conservancy Australia is currently holding a photography competition and I’ve entered a few of my photos in the wildlife category.
There are a number of different categories for the photos and a panel of judges made up of Australian photographers will decide on the winners of each category as well as an overall winner, plus there are People’s Choice Awards too.
Below are the photos I’ve entered. You can vote for any or all of them for the People’s Choice Awards. It’s quick and easy to do and requires no registration or sign up to vote. Simply click on the heading for each photo and a new window will open and take you to that photo’s page in the competition database to see the full picture and then you can click on the heart in the bottom right hand corner to vote. Voting ends on 4th November. (And if you do happen to vote, thank you in advance!)
(That last photo is supposed to be a portrait orientation but it uploaded as landscape for some reason and I can’t see a way to change it on their website. Oh well!)
This is my first ever photography competition I’ve entered, and even though there are thousands of entries from around the country, it’s still exciting to be a part of it whether or not I win.
This is a fantastic competition open to residents of Australia and has great prizes too. It’s not too late to enter some of your own photos! Just make sure you read the terms and conditions on the website and don’t forget to read the tips from the judges. Good luck!