Dig out nature snaps for the Nature Conservancy photography competition

Lisa Fishwick’s winning entry in 2015.
Lisa Fishwick’s winning entry in 2015.

PHOTOGRAPHS capturing Australia’s landscape, waterways and wildlife are being sought for a national competition.

The Nature Conservancy’s photo competition is open to photographers of all levels and aims to foster an appreciation of nature.

Prizes include a $2400 camera store voucher, weekend trip to Melbourne and a one-on-one workshop with one of the competition’s judges.

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Director Rich Gilmore said it was a great opportunity to showcase what Australians saw in their environment.

“We’re all surrounded by nature every day and this competition is a great chance for people to capture this beauty and properly appreciate it,” he said.

“You don’t have to be a photographer by trade to have a good eye; anybody can capture the perfect shot.”

The winners will have their work featured online and in Australian magazine Wild. Entries close November 4.

For details, visit natureaustralia.org.au/photo.