The annual amateur digital photography contest kicks off Monday, January Reynolds Library, this year marks the seventh year of the contest. Photo categories include: people; structures; plants; pets; mammals; non-mammals; planes, trains and automobiles; landscape; black and white; grandchildren; creative; and one new additional category — students grade 12 and under. Photographers may enter in one category multiple times. Judging will take place Friday, February
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The "Ding" Darling Wildlife Society has established two annual photography contests. Jay Norwood Darling, the Refuge's namesake, recognized the importance of art to convey powerful messages about the importance of conservation and protecting our wildlife and habitats. Wildlife and outdoor photography is a great way to educate visitors about the beauty of the wildlife that calls the Refuge "home" in hopes to inspire future conservation stewards. Oftentimes, visitors don't get a chance to see wildlife upclose, but when photographers capture a beautiful photo, they create an invaluable connection. This contest is open to any amateur photographer.
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The Royal Society of Biology annual photography competition invites amateurs to submit photographs on a particular theme. Find out more about previous competition entries. Life on Earth is constantly changing, and we invite you to photograph nature in motion.
The annual CEWE Photo Award invites amateur and professional photographers from around the world to enter its annual contest. Hundreds of thousands of entries have been submitted so far in the 10 subject categories: people, animals, nature, architecture and infrastructure, landscapes, humor, sport, food, travel and culture, and hobby and leisure. This one captures bees collecting pollen in Austria. Scroll through for more images