… but hurry, there’s not much time!
This message is for the talented photographers of our catchment. They continue to captivate us with their wonderful images. They have taught us that nothing captures the essence of our natural environment better than a photo taken at just the right moment!
Queensland Conservation Council has launched the Queensland’s Natural Wonders Photography Awards to celebrate the power of images and the importance of photographers in protecting our natural world.
Anyone can enter. Awards will be given to the best photographs in three main categories:
- Land and Seascapes
- Native Plants and Wildlife
- People and Nature
There’s a special Junior Wonders Award in these categories for anyone under the age of 18.
Tickets are also available for the Awards Night hosted by Steve Parrish at Annerley on Saturday 6 April. Funds from the night will go towards the Conservation Council’s mission: “to protect the environment, wildlife and landscapes, conserve our precious natural resources and make Queensland communities more sustainable“.
If you have a favorite shot or time to create a new one, head to the Queensland Conservation Council website.
But be quick! The competition closes 8 March 2019.