Atlas of Life ‘Wild Eye’ photo competition opens

One of the talented young winners from last year, Georgia Poyner has just won an 
Australian Geographic prize for the same image of a dolphin.
One of the talented young winners from last year, Georgia Poyner has just won an Australian Geographic prize for the same image of a dolphin.

The annual Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness "Wild Eye" Photo Comp is open for 2017.

Everyone who has taken an interesting photo of something in nature is invited to submit their images.

A frog or a fungi, a whale or a beetle or an orchid - the judges are looking for images of every kind of living thing.

Submit your entries on the atlasoflife.org.au website. There are 14 categories to choose from including two new junior categories and the best of NatureMapr - images contributed to our Atlas of Life database.

Closing date September 23.

This year’s competition is a partnership between the Atlas of Life, Merimbula EyeQ and the Lonely Arts Club Pambula.

Last Year’s overall winner was Leo Berzin’s Bar-tailed Godwit juggling a crab.

Last Year’s overall winner was Leo Berzin’s Bar-tailed Godwit juggling a crab.

Thanks to the generous sponsors there is a First Prize of two nights accommodation in a luxurious safari tent at Tanja Lagoon Camp,  a $150 voucher for a splendid meal at Wheeler’s Restaurant and there will also be a cash prize of $100 for the runner-up.

All winning entries will be announced and exhibited at the partner EyeQ Optometrists Merimbula at a celebration evening on October 14.

Any questions please contact info@atlasoflife.org.au