Spotlight on nature’s diversity

Start of “Europe’s Natural Treasures 2020” international photography competition

baby seal
"White ball of fur" by Kevin Prönnecke, 6th place in the 2019 EuroNatur photo competition © Kevin Prönnecke
Wood lark
"Wood lark outside the DIY store" by Christof Wermter, 12 th place in this year’s competition © Christof Wermter

Radolfzell. Here’s to another round of EuroNatur’s international photography exhibition “Europe’s Natural Treasures.”For the 27th time, EuroNatur nature and „natur"  magazine are inviting both amateur and professional photographers to capture images of the diverse world of European flora and fauna and the continent’s most beautiful scenery in striking photographs.  

A jury of experts of EuroNatur, "natur, Gelsenwasser AG and the photo shop LichtBlick in Constance will then select the most impressive images of European nature. The best photographs will be featured in our large EuroNatur calendar and awarded money prizes. The winners’ photos will also be published in both EuroNatur and „natur" magazines and also on the competition organisers’ websites.

The last date for entries is 31 March, 2020. Further information about the competition is available on our website http://www.euronatur.org/photo.

 

Contact information:
Christian Stielow, mail: christian.stielow(at)euronatur.org, mob: +49 (0) 7732/927215

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