Competition: win a copy of the Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 5
The Ecologist and AA Publishing are happy to offer one lucky reader a copy of the Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 5, filled with beautiful, stunning images this coffee table book is a real gem
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
All you have to do is:
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2. Answer the question correctly
3. Comply with the following terms and conditions**
Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 5, produded by AA Publishing, is a stunning coffee table book containing beautiful full colour reprints of the winning and commended entries from the Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards 2011. Both the book and the awards celebrate the landscapes of the United Kingdom, showcasing our richly diverse country through the eyes of the nation’s best amateur and professional photographers. From salt marshes, chalk cliffs and ancient woodland, to historic villages, parklands and cityscapes, these awards aim to highlight the positive connection between people and the landscape that is so important for us all.
The Landscape Photographer of the Year Award is the brainchild of the UK’s most famous landscape photographer Charlie Waite. Charlie set up the awards to provide “an on-going platform for capturing images that best symbolise our land and our times, and that will stand as a record of our country.” A firm supporter of conservation and the appreciation of our natural environment, Charlie has been taking photos professionally for 33 years and is now firmly established as one of the most celebrated international landscape photographers. He has published 28 books on photography and has held over 30 solo exhibitions across Europe, the USA, Japan and Australia. Charlie is available for feature writing and interviews and his photographs are also available for features relating to the awards.
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This competition is open to residents of the UK only.
There are five packs of Suti’s face oils Rejuvenate and Nourish to be won by Ecologist Readers, which will be drawn from the entrants, at random, 12pm GMT December 8th, 2011.
Winners will be notified by email on the 8th of December, 2011. In order to claim the prize we must have a response to our confirmation email by Noon on 3rd January 2012, or another winner will be drawn.
No cash alternative - Prize is non-refundable, non exchangeable.
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