IGPOTY Competition Deadline Imminent
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International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) is reminding interested photographers that the deadline for this year’s competition is fast approaching. You have until the end of this month (that is, Wednesday, 30th November) to submit your best photographs that fit into one of the following categories: The Beauty of Plants, Beautiful Gardens, Wildlife Havens, Breathing Spaces, Bountiful Earth, Fragile Landscapes and Greening the City. The top prize is £5000 and category winners will also be awarded cash prizes. Full details of how to enter the competition can be found online at the website below.
IGPOTY Press Release
The deadline for the fifth International Garden Photographer of the Year competition is fast approaching. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this prestigious competition.
Deadline – 30th November 2011
Top prize £5000 plus cash prizes for all category winners.
£2000 for portfolio winner plus Royal Photographic Society Gold Medal.
For more information visit http://www.igpoty.com
The competition has a range of exciting and inspirational categories:
The Beauty of Plants (sponsored by Photobox)
Breathing Spaces (sponsored by the National Trust)
Greening the City
Full details of how to enter the competition can be found online at http://www.igpoty.com. Full email support is given for the entry process.
All winning images will be shown at a renowned exhibition at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, from 3rd March 2012. The exhibition will then tour to other venues in the UK and abroad.
All winning and commended images will feature in a prestigious book to be published March 2012.
Photo: Little Mouse on some Wild Wheat by Jamie Unwin - Young Garden Photographer of the Year 2011