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PHOTO CALL - CALENDAR 2019!

BRISBANE'S WILD WEST CALENDAR 2019

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It’s now time to sort your photos and submit up to 5 images for our 2019 wildlife calendar.
Anyone can submit photos taken in the region of western suburbs of Brisbane. So get snapping!

Submissions are due 22 June 2018

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THECA’s first annual calendar was produced in 2000, and each year sees it dispatched around the world. Our calendars celebrate the local wildlife (flora, fauna and fungi) of Brisbane's western suburbs.

Talented local photographers have generously shared their wildlife images with us, Andrew Taylor and Carolyn Nowicki have turned these images into stunning calendars. All profits go to support the work of four environmental community groups:

  • The Hut Environmental & Community Association Inc (THECA)
  • Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network Inc (CWCN)
  • Moggill Creek Catchment Group Inc (MCCG) and
  • Rural Environment Planning Association Inc (REPA)

Submissions are now invited and are due Friday 22 June 2018.

You can submit your images online using one of 2 options below:

Submit YOUR PHOTO Entry online!

OR

Submit via email: pdf2019_Calendar_submission_form.pdf
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Please read the guidelines below carefully before submitting photos - anyone can enter, there are just a few basic guidelines to observe.

GUIDELINES:

  • There is a limit of 5 images per person for submission.
  • Images submitted are owned by the sender. THECA will acknowledge the photographs as belonging to the submitter who will retain copyright over them.
  • Photographs are taken of wildlife or flora from the Brisbane West Area
  • Submitter is happy for THECA to consider and use image(s) and caption(s) for the THECA 2019 Brisbane’s Wild West Area Calendar, and for other THECA activities.
  • The 50 word caption(s) are submitter's own words and that the identity of the species photographed is confirmed. 
  • THECA may ask for unaltered versions of the image/original copies and that these considerations still apply.