2024 Photo Competition

Photo Competition Flyer: "Water in the Landscape"

Join Our Exciting Photo Competition!

Theme: Water in the Landscape

Are you passionate about photography and the natural beauty of our landscape? We invite you to participate in our photo competition and capture the essence of "Water in the Landscape." This theme aims to highlight the vital role of water in our environment and inspire awareness and appreciation of our natural surroundings.

How to Enter:

  1. Capture a Photo: Take a photograph that showcases the theme "Water in the Landscape."
  2. Submit Your Entry: Submit Entry Submit Entry
  3. Deadline: Submit your entry by Friday, August 9th

Prizes: Vouchers

  • First Prize: $150 Bayside Photography Shop
  • Second Prize: $100 TRLA Nursery
  • Third Prize: donated pot – Heemskerks Nursery

Separate Prizes for junior winners…….

Suggested Subjects:

To inspire your photography, here are some ideas for subjects that beautifully capture "Water in the Landscape":

  • Water and Wildlife: Animals interacting with water sources, such as birds, fish, or insects.
  • Water in the Landscape: rain, rainbows, bodies of water, wetlands, dew, droplets, frost, etc
  • Water in the Landscape: Drone photography


Judging Criteria:

  • Relevance to Theme: How well the photo captures "Water in the Landscape."
  • Creativity and Originality: Unique perspectives and innovative compositions.
  • Technical Quality: Clarity, focus, and overall photographic technique.
  • Emotional Impact: The ability of the photo to evoke a connection with the viewer.

Important Details:

  • Who Can Enter: Open to all ages and skill levels. Two categories:- Under 14 and open
  • Entry Fee: Free to TRLA members and $5 per entry form for non-members
  • Number of Entries: Up to 5 per person
  • Entrants can enter more than one entry form

Get Inspired and Start Snapping!

We encourage everyone to explore their local environment and discover the beauty and importance of water in our landscape. Your photos can make a difference by raising awareness and appreciation for our natural world.

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funding support

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