Rotary Youth, Young Photographer 2024

A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a photograph on the theme of 'REBUILDING'.













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Cromarty Lighthouse was photographed for last year's competition by Seth Walters age 11 , a pupil at Resolis Primary School. Seth used a Samsung mobile phone camera to record this image.

This year the theme of 'REBUILDING' will provide a challenging platform for what will be some exceptional photographs. 

The competition is a part of the Dingwall Rotary Club's Youth programme for 2023/24.

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Cromarty Lighthouse was photographed for last year's competition by Seth Walters age 11 , a pupil at Resolis Primary School. Seth used a Samsung mobile phone camera to record this image.

A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a photograph on the theme of 'REBUILDING'. L'.

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