City wildlife photography contest

Galway City Council is now running a wildlife photography contest this summer and they are also inviting new photographers to submit their snaps capturing local flora and fauna wildlife as well as its habitats from across the city. Interested people can submit their best pictures of Galway City wildlife as well as habitats to be in with the scope to win a prize and have their picture published in the new Galway City Biodiversity Action Plan, that will be published sometime later this year.

The two top entries as well as 2 runners up will be given vouchers from the Fahy Foto as well as the Galway Camera Shop. Every entrant whose snaps is published in the program will get annual membership to Irish Wildlife Trust. A selection of photos will be exhibited in Galway City Library on 20th August on Tuesday.

All pictures must be submitted on JPEG format, saved at the highest quality level. The pictures have to be at least 2400 pixels on longest dimension. Entrants can submit more than one snap taken by them. Entries can be in landscape or portrait format. Entries must be sent before 9th August to

A budding photographer, who has sent three photographs of his man utd art, told that this is really great platform to show his talent. On asking whether he is expecting to win or not, he told that this is the very first time when he is taking part in a photography contest and it will be great if he wins.


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