Lancashire Life photography competition - Wildlife
PUBLISHED: 10:48 19 October 2010 | UPDATED: 11:47 28 February 2013
There are terrific prizes from Wilkinson Cameras for the winners of our photographic competition. This month animals are in the frame
Lancashire Life has joined forces with Wilkinson Cameras to provide some stunning prizes for our 2010 photographic competition.
The Preston-based company has supplied generations of photographers with high quality camera equipment and accessories - including our picture editor John Cocks.
Wilkinson Cameras has selected three excellent pieces of equipment for prizes. The winner will receive a Canon EOS 500D & EF-S 18-55 worth 600.00 while the two runners-up will receive a Canon Digital Ixus 200 IS, each worth 230.00.
Meanwhile, entries continue to flood in by post and via our website.
Our latest batch has homed in our four-legged friends. They may not always be the most co-operative models but these animals are anything but camera-shy. They are the stars of this selection of images which have been uploaded to our website for our competition.
You dont have to have a stunning animal photo to enter the competition, your image just needs to have been taken somewhere in Lancashire or the Lake District.
We have already received hundreds of entries which cover just about every aspect of life in Lancashire - its towns, villages, coast and hills - and we will continue to feature some of the best entries in the magazine through the year and even more can be seen online at lancashire.greatbritishlife.co.uk
This years winners, who will be selected by a judging panel led by Lancashire Life picture editor John Cocks and editor Roger Borrell.
The competition is open only to non-professionals and all entries need to be in jpeg format at 300dpi and in as large a format as possible.
There are two easy ways to enter - you can upload your images to our website here , or send your entries on a disc, which is non-returnable to:
2010 Photographic Competition, Lancashire Life, 3 Tustin Court, Port Way, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2YQ. Well also need to know your name, address, telephone number and where each shot was taken.
Here's a selection of our favourite wildlife photography uploaded to the website