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11th May 2018

Wild Seas Week Photography Competition

For this year’s Wild Seas Week photography competition, we are looking for original ‘marine themed’ photographs from anywhere along The Wash & North Norfolk coast that captures the ‘spirit of place’ under three categories: culture, people and nature. We also have two age categories: Adult (16 +) and Junior (up to 15).

Entrants are welcome to enter one photograph in each category, which must be taken within the last three years. The winners of this competition will join members of the Marine Partnership and judges for an evening at the historic Marriott’s Quay in King’s Lynn, Norfolk on Friday 3rd of August to launch Wild Seas Week 2018.

A winner will be awarded under each category and age group, and one overall winner will be chosen from the final six images by respected photographers from Lincolnshire and Norfolk. Inspirational views and wildlife, people doing activities that are telling the story of this maritime place and iconic buildings or cultural features may all qualify. These will then be used within various publications and online as part of promoting the importance of the area to help inspire others to appreciate this great place.

To enter your photograph, you need to submit it to by the 20th July 2018 with your name, contact details, short description, location and date the photo was taken.

Last years winning photograph by Danny Gibson

Cover photograph by Pat Eyeons

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