Rotary Young Photographer 2019

A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a portfolio of three photographs on the theme of 'The Beauty of Nature'.













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This year the theme of 'The Beauty of Nature' should provide a platform for some exceptional photographs. Last year's winner of the Junior Category in the Club's heat was Ellie Mcloy from Gairloch Primary School. Ellie's portfolio susequently won the N Scotland heat and was entered into the Narional UK stage. 

The winners of the Club's Intermediate and Senior Categories were Charlotte Brady  and Asha Wright respectively, both from Gairloch High School.

Entries must be returned to the Club's contact person by February 1st 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

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