Capture Nature Photography Contest
The Friends of Fish Creek are excited to offer our Capture Nature Photography Contest for the fourth year in a row! Capture Nature offers a fun and creative opportunity for park users to engage with their natural surroundings as they search and explore for the best images of the year! The contest is also part of the Friends “Social Enterprise” programming, with all proceeds going to support our stewardship and education activities in Fish Creek Provincial Park.
This year, an exciting change to the contest will allow for the public to vote on-line for their favourite photos! Contest participants are eligible for some amazing prizes from the Friends of Fish Creek and from our sponsors, MEC and Vistek. Photo images will also be considered as silent auction items for our annual fall fundraiser, A Taste of Autumn.
Capture Nature 2018 runs from May 1 to July 31, registration opens May 1.
Submit one photo to a different theme each month:
- May – Serenity in Nature
- June – Reflections
- July – Summer Colour
Prizes awarded for both favourite Public Choice and Juror Choice!
Adults – $25, Youth (up to 17 years of age) – FREE!
Register on Eventbrite
Please read 2018 Capture Nature Rules and Regulations
Want to vote for your favourite photos?
Simply click here to enter our new photo gallery; you will be asked for your email address to enter the gallery and from there you select your favourite by clicking on the small star that appears on the top right corner when you hover over the individual photos. Please select only one favourite for each monthly theme.
Photo credit to our 2017 winners: Tony LePrieur (Great Horned Owls), Ken Pride (Ring-billed gull), Don Hladiuk (Settling pond sunrise), Karen Ratliffe (Icicles), Mia Sparrow (Evening Storm at Sikome), Karen Ratliffe (Ice crystals), Maddy Misfeldt (Baby owl), William Pagie (Mallard Point bridge), Don Hladiuk (Settling pond sunrise), Sheila Watson (Daisies), Milena Vasquez (pine cone)
For contest information or prize donation inquiries, contact Shana Barbour, Program Coordinator, at 403-238-3841 or firstname.lastname@example.org