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RSPB South Downs Futurescape Photo Contest

Entry: Free Entry
Winner is: Judged
Deadline: February 28, 2013

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RSPB South Downs Futurescape Photo Contest In celebration of the South Downs, we are launching our first RSPB South Downs Futurescape Photo Contest, raising funds to give nature a home in this special place. We want to see your photos capturing the amazing landscapes and wildlife found in and around the South Downs, and your enjoyment of them!

Competition categories:

Landscapes

Wildlife

‘Urban’ wildlife

Families enjoying the South Downs

You can enter a maximum of three photos, but these can be in any category

This competition is a celebration of the South Downs Futurescape. It is open to everyone living anywhere in the UK but must be of South Downs imagery.Once you’ve submitted your photo(s), we’ll send you a link to our JustGiving page where you can donate towards our work giving nature a home in the South Downs.

Our competition judges include David Plummer (local and international wildlife photographer) and John Dominick (local landscape photographer) and a third guest judge.



Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: The winner of each category will receive an unframed print of their work

The winning photos and runners up will be exhibited at the RSPB’s Pulborough Brooks nature reserve

All submissions will be posted and available for viewing on the RSPB South Downs Futurescape Flickr photo gallery.

ELIGIBILITY: UK

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COPYRIGHT: Full copyright title remains with the author/owner. Any contribution must be your own original work, it must not infringe the rights of third parties including copyright, trade mark, trade secrets, privacy, publicity, personal or proprietary rights

USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting any contribution to the RSPB, you agree to grant the RSPB a perpetual royalty free licence to use any or all of the contributions in any of their publications, on the website and/or in any promotional material. Permission will be sought and the Author credited where possible.




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