Walthamstow Wetlands photography competition 2020

Alex Campbell - 2019 Winner, Water and Life, Amateur Photographer

Entries are now open for Walthamstow Wetlands photography competition 2020

It has been a unique spring for us all and many of us will have found our local green spaces to be places of refuge. Walthamstow Wetlands was one of these vital places, and thankfully able to remain open during the lockdown period.

We are delighted to launch a photography competition celebrating Walthamstow Wetlands, and the solace it has given the local community during this unique time. There are three categories to enter your work into as well three themes to provide inspiration. 

Heron dives from railing

Stuart Moore - Winner 2019, Urban Wildlife 

Categories:

  • Young photographer – under 16s
  • Amateur photographer 
  • Smartphone photographer

Themes:

  • Wildlife from your windows/Self-isolated snaps
  • Wild well-being
  • Invertebrates in action

Send your entries in via social media using the hashtag #E17Wetlandphotocomp or send them to Wetlandscomp@wildlondon.org.uk along with your name and contact details.

water plants in the water

Joe Collins - Winner 2019, Water and Life, Young Photographer

Entries close on Monday 10th August 2020. See terms, conditions and entry details here. All entries, excluding those falling under the Wildlife from your windows/Self-isolated snaps theme should be photographs taken on the Walthamstow Wetlands site.

Winners of each theme in each category will be displayed in a public exhibition at Walthamstow Wetlands for members of the public to enjoy. Due to the COVID crisis this display may be outside and spaced apart  to ensure that relevant Government guidelines for social distancing can be followed.

Submit your entry

A family of three standing in the reeds

Matilda Miller - Winner 2019., People and Nature, Young Photographer