Trailside wildlife photography contest

Wildlife Photography Contest 2015 has been described by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Department of Parks and Recreation that will take place at the Trailside Nature & Science Center. Amateur photographers, ages six to adult, are asked to be a part of their original snaps of wild species in their natural habitat.

S. Jalloh, the Freeholder Chairman, told that wild animals are really a challenging photography scopes for people of all ages to keep their skills to the attempt and test to save animals in their natural habitat.

Previous year’s winners was Linden’s Jim Duffy in the adult class for ages 18 and older for his snap of a snowy owl; Berkeley Heights’ Berkeley Heights in the twelve to seventeen year old category for her snap of spiny orb weaver spider and Clemente Brogca won in the six to eleven year old category for his snap of a Canada goose.

Just snaps of wildlife species that us native to United States are entitled for submission. Photographs of exotic pets, wildlife, or even domestic animals would not be considered. Individuals might submit maximum of 2 photographs. Entered photos have to be un-matted, un-framed 5″ X 7″ color or black and white prints. Entries must be received or postmarked no later than 10th April, Friday.

Photographs will be judged by local pro photographers depending on their artistic merit, technical excellence, composition and originality.

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| April 20th, 2015 | Posted in Fire Fish Gallery |

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