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“We Are Falklands” Photo Competition

Saturday, March 1st 2014 - 02:27 UTC
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The Falkland Islands Government PR & Media Office is running a photo competition to source quality images of 'our beautiful home'. The winning photos will be printed and displayed at a central London gallery later this year to promote the stunning views, wildlife, history and community that make the Falkland Islands a truly unique place.

Images will also be used after the exhibition as part of the Falklands Experience Roadshow, where they will be displayed at several locations throughout the UK.

”We are looking for material from amateur and professional photographers in several categories (Wildlife; Landscapes; Heritage; Island Life; People), and are looking forward to promoting our Islands through the quality photos submitted”.

The closing date for entries is Friday 28th March. Please read the Terms & Conditions for all the details regarding photo requirements, submission information and other tips.

Further information, and the Terms & Conditions are available from Krysteen or Emily at the PR & Media Office (27400) or by emailing or,.

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  • Gordo1

    A view, or views, of the Argentine cemetery will be s good entry. Show the rest of the world, especially Argentina, how the islanders respect the fallen armed forces of
    other nations.

    Mar 01st, 2014 - 09:50 am 0
  • malen
    and we have also others bichitos
    and the better landscape (paisaje)

    Mar 01st, 2014 - 12:00 pm 0
  • Conqueror

    @2 Looks like typical argie crap to me. Grey and white pictures of penguins. Penguins are BLACK and white. In the Falklands, they can be seen in wonderful scenery. Argieland - zoo pictures? Nothing in the South Atlantic is as good as the Falklands. Despite the argie landmines. Why don't you pop across and dance across the minefields? So many cowardly argies. About 40 million! And there's some slugs as well. Haven't mentioned you by name, have I “m”?

    Mar 01st, 2014 - 12:55 pm 0
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