There are just 12 days left for people to enter Great Walks' inaugural Wilderness Photographer of the Year.
The popular comp is due to finish on Sunday Sept 5. Standard entry is $25 per photo.
“Our readers have really taken to the competition," says Great Walks editor Brent McKean. "It's so peasing to see people getting outdoors, heading into the bush and taking photos of our extraordinary country. We can't wait to go through all the entries - but there is still plenty of time for people to enter the comp. And we have some escellent prizes to share around."
Winners and runners-up will share in a prize pool of over $14,000 including $4,000 cash, and prizes including the latest Nokia smartphones, a three-day walking tour of Tasmania, a trip to NZ's Milford Sound, and a team entry into Oxfam Trailwalker.
Also the best 20 images in each category will be published in the Dec-Jan 2022 issue of Great Walks and appear online.
There are two categories for Wilderness Photographer of the Year – People and Places.
People Your best photos with people in the frame – the ones you hike with or meet on your walk, the rangers, wardens and guides, and maybe people who live on the trail.
Places The sweeping panoramas and dramatic horizons, the spectacular coastlines and inspiring wilderness here and overseas that fills your senses and fills your lenses!