I was made aware of the following photo competition organised by the Environment Agency. I am afraid there is no cash prize here, but one could nevertheless gain eternal digital glory, as the winning image will serve as the Environment Agency’s Twitter banner image for the East of England region. With over 3,000 followers already, your image would get a lot of exposure on a daily basis.
The Environment Agency describes the task at hand as such: “get creative and think of what you think represents the spring in the east of England.” The image has to be a landscape photograph, taken in the East of England.
There are loads of professional and amateur photographers out there who can see the natural beauty of the Ouse Washes landscape – you can help us in putting the Ouse Washes landscape ‘on the map’.
Water defines the Ouse Washes landscape, and spring is also a great season for seeing wildlife flourishing in and around the various nature reserves in the area. So, get out and take that picture!
The Environment Agency will announce the winning picture on the spring equinox, March 20. See here for details how to enter the competition.
If you would like to share your pictures with the world, why not use this blog as your podium? See for instance this previous post for some unusual images taken with the aid of a kite. I am more than happy to showcase people’s work through the blog; just send me an email with your ideas or images.