National Parks Photo Competitionby Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com Apr/2012
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The UK's family of 15 National Parks will launch a competition next week for the best landscape photo taken in a British National Park. Users of our galleries could probably walk it.
The UK Association of National Park Authorities (UKANPA)'s competition will be judged by TV adventurer and President of the Campaign for National Parks Ben Fogle, Kathryn Cook from the UKANPA and Emily Carr from trainer company Merrell.
Ben Fogle said:
'The UK's National Parks offer some truly gold medal-winning views, which is why I think the UK National Parks team's idea to seek out fans' best photos is a great idea. I look forward to seeing some stunning views and to judging the winning landscape in May.'
The competition will run from noon on April 12 to noon on May 10 and will be open to all who upload an image here.
The winner will get to choose one pair from Merrell's spring/summer 2012 footwear collection.
For terms and conditions and technical requirements see here.
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