Lions District 201V1-4

Victoria, Australia

Lions Environmental Photo Competition

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The purpose of the photo contest is to showcase the beauty of nature. In 1972, Lions Clubs International made a commitment to protecting the environment.
 

Lions and Leos can enter photographs of their environment depicting a nature theme of their choosing (eg plants, animals, weather phenomenon, landscape, etc). 
 

Every Lion or Leo (from a club in good standing) can enter a photograph of his or her immediate surroundings into the club-level Lions Environmental Photo Contest. Clubs are to submit their winning entries in a printed format sized 20.3cm x 25.4 cm along with the District Entry form (Available from the Cabinet Secretary) to District by January 6 2017. Please refer to the contest rules.
 

Please note that the photo should be:
- original and unaltered
- Depict a nature theme (eg plants, animals, weather phenomenon, etc)
- Depict the local environment of the community the Lions or Leo Club serves
- Not include people. Photos including people will be disqualified
- Printed on high-quality photo paper and measure 8”x10” (20.3x25.4cm)
- Each club can only submit 1 photo to the DISTRICT
 

Winning club-level photographs will then advance to the district, multiple district, and international competitions. Registered attendees of the Lions international convention will vote for the six (includes Best of Show) international photo contest winners.
 

The winning photos from the district will appear on this website as well as receive an award.
 

The Lions Environmental Photo Contest Wall Calendar featuring most of the multiple district entries is available for purchase for (US$4.95 each) through the LCI Store.
 


The calendar includes events in all 11 official languages of Lions Clubs International.

For more information, please contact Sam Tung at environment@lions201v1-4.org.au for any queries or assistance.