Wildflower Landscapes-2016


Wildflower Landscapes

Competition 10 - Category

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About Wildflower Landscapes

Flowers that were once widespread amongst fields, meadows and woods are now extremely rare and some have become extinct in the wild. This is largely due to disappearing habitats.

Landscapes that are home to distinctive species of plants or animals are under threat. Bring this to the world's attention through your photography of plants in the landscape.

The wild flowers you photograph may be in gardens - which can be fragile landscapes in their own right - or in the true 'wild'. The judges will be looking to show the flowers in their right context - whether that is part of naturalistic planting or in the fields and hedgerows. They can be wide shots or close-ups of individual species. Now is your chance to seek out the wild spaces on your doorstep and to celebrate them through photography.

Prizes & Why should I enter?

Flowers that were once widespread amongst fields, meadows and woods are now extremely rare and some have become extinct in the wild. This is largely due to disappearing habitats.

Landscapes that are home to distinctive species of plants or animals are under threat. Bring this to the world's attention through your photography of plants in the landscape.

The wild flowers you photograph may be in gardens - which can be fragile landscapes in their own right - or in the true 'wild'. The judges will be looking to show the flowers in their right context - whether that is part of naturalistic planting or in the fields and hedgerows. They can be wide shots or close-ups of individual species. Now is your chance to seek out the wild spaces on your doorstep and to celebrate them through photography.

Prizes

Competition details

Type:
Category
Submissions:
Online submissions
Entry start date:
February 5, 2016
Closing date:
October 31, 2016, 12 noon GMT
Cost of entry:
£10 GBP

How do I enter?

Online submissions

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Credit: La Fioritura III by Marco Zamò