22nd April 2021 |
Calling all Photographers! Professional, amateur and aspiring...
Restoration in Focus
At Landcare Tasmania we are welcoming in the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030 with a Landcare Tas Photo Competition, based on key areas of restoration focus.
The competition is open to all photographers; professional, amateur and aspiring regardless of your home base as long as the photograph was taken in Tasmania. Entrants under 18 years of age require written permission from a parent or legal guardian through the parental consent form.
Registration is open from Friday 23 April 9am – Monday 24 May 9am.
Entrants will be judged by a panel assembled by Landcare Tas, including 2 professional Tasmanian photographers and the winners will receive a prize pack of Landcare Tasmania goodies. Winners and runners-up will be announced in our newsletter and on social media on Monday 31 May 2021.
Our aim of the competition is to engage photographers and their communities, highlight amazing places and things in our home state, and draw attention to the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
Image: Declan Reeves, Landcare Tasmania Volunteer
This can be two images side by side of before and after a restoration process; showing the practice of renewing and restoring a degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystem or habitat in the environment by active human intervention and actions.
Community Action in the Environment
Action shots of a person or people working to better a place. It can be urban (e.g. community garden, undergrowth planting, rubbish pick up), rural (e.g. riparian repair, tree planting, erosion prevention) or wild (e.g. invasive species control, monitoring wildlife, collecting data).
Nature – Wildlife
Images of native fauna including birds, mammals, reptiles, insects in their natural habitat.
Nature – Plants and Habitat
Images of native flora including single plants, fungus, bacteria, or images of large tracts of plants, forest or habitat.
Showing a unique rural or agricultural landscape using sustainable production
Any aspect of fresh water in our environment be it river, stream, lake or rain – it may include people, weather events, rural landscape or wildlife.
Ocean and Coast
Anything connected to the ocean and coast, from sea life in or out of the water, plants such as seaweed or coral, or an interaction of animals, water and plants.
Under 18’s Entries: can submit to any of the 7 themes.
Got some fabulous snaps to share?
We can't wait to see your unique perspective on Restoration: Reconnecting People, Place and Nature.
Image: Kat Traill, She Oak Hills Landcare group