Photography Competition 2020
The Wildlife Trust BCN photography competition 2020, generously sponsored for the second year by Fujifilm UK Ltd, celebrates the wildlife and landscapes of our three counties and is now open for entries from anyone of any age.
Send us your best nature or landscape photographs taken in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire or Northamptonshire on the theme of ‘local gems’ for your chance to win. You can read the full terms and conditions online.
Winners are published in our 2021 calendar plus a top prize of £1500 worth of photographic equipment from sponsors Fujifilm UK and second and third prizes of optical equipment from Opticron
Noon, Monday 13 April 2020
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The winners of the 2019 competition
The winners of the 2019 Photography Competition, generously sponsored by Fujifilm UK Ltd were announced in the summer of 2019. Congratulations to Simon Wantling, whose photograph of romatic great crested grebes, taken at Felmersham Gravel Pits, won first prize. Read the news story here.
1st Prize: Simon Wantling
2nd Prize: Claire Haskins
3rd Prize: Eglė Vičiuvienė
Congratulations also to the following photographers, whose pictures have also been chosen to feature in our 2020 calendar:
Nigel Bell, Karen Brammer, Finbar Carroll, Lester Cooper, Trudie Davidson, Rebecca Fulcher, Daniel Hauck, Matthew Hazleton, David Jackson, Ann Miles, Trevor Sawyer, Mark Tyrell and Dovydas Vicius.
The 2020 Wildlife Trust BCN calendar featuring all of the stunning winning images is available to buy online and at our Nene Wetlands Visitor Centre.
Snap Happy - 2020 Vision
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