The annual Windland Awards deadline has been extended to May 30th.
CLICK HERE for a chance to be displayed at the Smithsonian exhibition.
The good news is that due to the large volume of calls and emails we received on the day of our original deadline we have decided to extend the closing of competition entries. May 30th is the final date, so please prepare and enter your images soon. Follow the guidelines PDF on the entry form and let us know if you need help.
JUDGING BEGINS JUNE 1: We will still be judging the entries in the order they were submitted, i.e. the first 10 entry submissions we received this year will be the first 10 entrants judged and so on until we reach the very last entry submitted. So, if you entered earlier you will be reviewed earlier.
Best of luck for this year, maybe your image will make the journey from the wild to the walls of the Smithsonian, one of the most respected and highly visited museums on Earth. Check out this year’s Awards HD video (below) for a selection of images from the 2011 competition and give it a thumbs up! At the end, there are cute polar bear cubs filmed by Thomas D. Mangelsen, the Conservation Photographer of the Year.
Steve Freligh, Director
Windland Smith Rice Awards
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