‘Secret Snowdonia’: Theme announced for 2019 photo competition
After the success of last year’s competition, the Snowdonia Society has revealed it will once again host a photo competition for 2019, with the theme Secret Snowdonia.
Owain Thomas, Snowdonia Society project officer and keen photographer, said: “Snowdonia is the biggest National Park in Wales yet we often see the same places crop up in photos”. He added: “We want this year’s theme to evoke some of the lesser known aspects of the National Park.”
Entrants are invited to submit one photo they feel best captures the theme ‘Secret Snowdonia’. 12 winning images will be selected after the competition deadline on Sunday 30 June and will go into a calendar for 2020. There will be prizes donated by our Business Members for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, and a talk by outdoor photo-journalist Ray Wood on Friday 27th September at Plas y Brenin for winners and the public.
To enter for the chance to win:
Send your photo in landscape format to: firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 30 June 2019
Winners will be announced on 13 August 2019.
*Photo Competition theme is ‘Secret Snowdonia’ and is open to individual interpretation but entries must capture some of the character of Snowdonia and be taken within the Snowdonia National Park boundary. *
Full competition T&Cs available here