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#RHSPhotoComp Gardening photography competition for kids opens

rhs-photography-competitionWe know that many of you like to take pictures of plants, animals and wildlife for your blogs. So here’s a way to develop your photography skills and perhaps even win a sought-after prize.

The Royal Horticultural Society is calling on children and garden enthusiasts of all ages to enter the RHS photography competition. You can enter by emailing, or by tweeting your favourite pictures of the outdoors using the hashtag #RHSPhotoComp

The good news is that there’s no rush on this one because entries don’t close until February 2017. Maybe this could be a project for you across the Summer and Autumn months?

This prestigious garden photography competition attracts submissions from photographers of all ages from all over the world.

The nine competition categories are: Celebrating RHS Gardens; Welcoming Garden Wildlife; Pure Plants; Abstract and Detail; Greening Grey Britain; Social Media; Young Photographer (age 11–17); Children’s Photographer (under 11); and Portfolio.

The judging panel will select the winning images based on their originality, creativity, artistry and technical excellence. Cash prizes will be awarded to first, second and third places in each category from an overall prize fund of £10,000.


How to enter this photography competition

Entries can be submitted online from 26 May 2016 until 28 February 2017 

·         Young Photographer (age 11–17)

Any photograph depicting something plant, garden or wildlife-related that interests you.

·         Children’s Photographer (under 11)

Any photograph depicting something plant, garden or wildlife-related that interests you.

To find out more and to enter please visit:


What sort of wildlife do you like to take pictures of? Leave a comment below


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