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The National Countryside Photography Competition - Closed

PUBLISHED: 11:39 28 August 2012 | UPDATED: 13:39 26 February 2013

HRH The Prince of Wales

HRH The Prince of Wales

Can you take a photograph that encapsulates your Great British Countryside? If so, you could be in with the chance of winning a once in a lifetime prize...New photography competition in association with The Prince's Countryside Fund

This competition has now closed. Please view the entries below.


Click here to view all entries
Click here to view the County Winners
Click hereto view the RegionalWinners, Overall Winner and Photographs from St James's Palace.


Can you take a photograph that encapsulates your Great British Countryside?
If so, you could be in with the chance of winning a once in a lifetime prize



The National Countryside Photography Competition in association with The Princes Countryside Fund and The National Countryside Week has just been launched!


Join us in our search for the photograph that best captures the beauty of the Great British Countryside by showing us your favourite photographstaken in one of ten regions.


Send us your photographs that depict the Great British Countryside, and you could win a new Olympus SZ-30MR Digital Camera and accessories worth over 300, along withthe chance to have your photograph displayed at St Jamess Palace. Its anopportunity not to be missed!

This is a photographic competition that is open to everyone and all areas of photography.
The only specificationis that your photographmust capture the Great British Countryside.


You may decide to photograph iconicBritish landscapes, the vast array ofwildlifethat resides in Great Britain,quaint rural areas,eventsorobjects.


Let your imagination run wild and upload your most spectacular photographs of the Great British Countryside today!
Entrants may upload a maximum of 3 images.



How the competition will work


The competition will be judged in ten regions across Great Britain, (the regions are listed below).

One winner will be picked from each of thetenregions, and each regional winner will win a new Olympus SZ-30MR Digital Camera.


The regional winners will then be invited to St Jamess Palace, London to a Private Garden Party hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales on 6thJuly 2011.


Once at the Palace, the regional winners will have their photographs displayed and then judged by leading photographers and Trustees of the Princes Countryside Fund.


The Prince of Wales will announce the winning photograph at St Jamess Palace.


The judging process


Once the competition has closed, Archant Life Magazine Editors will choose tenwinning images from the tenregions


The 10 regional winners will then be invited to St James Palace and the overall winner will have their photograph crowned as The Great British Countryside Photograph 2011



Its easy and fun
to enter so why notupload your 3 photographs by clicking below and help create a picture of what The National Countryside looks like in 2011.
To enter, either login to the website by clicking 'Login' at the bottom of the page, or register to the website by clicking here


Please note that when uploading your image, due to the large file size, this may take up to 5 minutes. We hope this does not cause too much inconvenienceIf you are having any problems, please contact askmary@archant.co.uk


View the ten regions


Competition Closing Date:
12.00 noon, British Summer Timeon the Friday 17thJune 2011


Image Specifications:
Only digital JPEGS should be entered, over 3MB in size


Click here to view full terms and conditions of The National Countryside Photography Competition


Click here to view full Archant terms and conditions.

Competition closed

Thanks for your interest but this competition has now closed

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