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Photo competition on the Falklands' 35-year huge progress and development

Friday, October 14th 2016 - 14:10 UTC
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In addition to the photo exhibition, a new booklet on the Falklands will also be released at the event, illustrating the vast changes that have occurred since 1982. In addition to the photo exhibition, a new booklet on the Falklands will also be released at the event, illustrating the vast changes that have occurred since 1982.

The Falkland Islands Government PR & Media Office is currently running a photo competition to source quality images of the Falkland Islands.

 “We are looking for images from amateur and professional photographers in several categories – Politics, the Economy, Society & Culture, and the Environment – and are looking forward to promoting our Islands through the quality photos submitted”.

The winning photos will be printed and displayed at a London gallery in 2017 as part of the 35th Anniversary commemorations of the Falklands War and British liberation. The London photographic exhibition will showcase the huge progress and developments the Falklands has undergone over the past 35 years and will promote the unique environment, history and people of the Islands.

In addition to the photo exhibition, a new booklet on the Falklands will also be released at the event, illustrating the vast changes that have occurred in the Islands since 1982.
The closing date for photo entries is Wednesday 9th November 2016

Terms & Conditions and further details regarding photo requirements and submission instructions can be found online at: http://www.falklands.gov.fk/assets/Falklands-35-Photo-Competition-TCs.pdf

Further details are also available from Joshua Peck or Karen Minto at the PR & Media Office on telephone 27400 or via email at jpeck@sec.gov.fk or prassistant@sec.gov.fk

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  • Skip

    Think quick, Think!

    Oct 14th, 2016 - 03:10 pm +2
  • HughJuanCoeurs

    I went to a gallery in Pall Mall that was exhibiting Falkland photographs not so long back. Is this going to be an annual thingy?

    Oct 14th, 2016 - 03:30 pm +2
  • Kanye

    Think is likely sleeping. He doesn't live tn Chubut, despite his new call sign, “Chubut calling... ”

    He is old and it's late in Petrograd

    Oct 14th, 2016 - 08:52 pm +1
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