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Last Call for Entries to Youth Photography Contest

1996 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
1996 Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Young photographers aged 17 and under are reminded to submit their entries to the Children’s Eyes On Earth International Youth Photography Contest 2012 by September 15.
Initiated by National Geographic photographer, Reza, and the non-governmental organisation, IDEA (International Dialogue for Environmental Action), the contest has already drawn entries from 73 nations around the globe, with children keen to show how they view the environmental challenges our planet is currently facing.
Entrants should submit their images on the themes “I Love Nature” and “I Fear Pollution” for their chance to win camera equipment, iPads, printers and a trip to Azerbaijan to participate in the Children’s Eyes On Earth Exhibition and Festival and have an exclusive photography workshop with Reza.
Head to www.childrenseyesonearth.org to enter and find out more.

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