Wildlife Photography Competition

HeatherDo you enjoy taking photographs?

To celebrate the wealth of plant, animal and insect life at Geevor Tin Mine, we are running a photo competition. Simply submit a digital photo of an  aspect of wildlife on the site for your chance to win a prize and also to have your photo included in an exhibition alongside wildlife photograph experts.

Rules of entry:

It is not open to professional photographers. There are two categories, 16 and under, and over 16. Photos have to be of Geevor or immediate surroundings. The theme is biodiversity covering all aspects of plants, animals, fish or insect life. It is not a requirement to feature the mine buildings. The competition will be judged according to artistic merit. No cost for entry. Photos must be supplied digitally as a jpeg (maximum file size 8mb) at the following size and resolution: 420mm x 279mm at 300dpi (4961×3508 pixels). Note that the photo can be portrait or landscape.All entries must be submitted digitally and sent to the email address hardrockgallery@geevor.com All entires will receive an email of confirmation of receipt.

Closing date of Sunday 20th September.

so get snappy!

Judges decision final. Exhibition will run until Spring 2010. We will endeavour to include all entrants in our exhibition gallery big screen. We will display 10 runners up and the winners from each category for the duration of our Wildlife on the edge exhibition. By entering this competition, you are agreeing to allow Geevor Tin Mine to use your photograph for the purposes of publicity, education and exhibition.

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