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Cameras Ready! Your Favourite Photo Competition is Back

Landscape winner
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After last year’s competition received over 94,000 entries, CEWE’s Our World is Beautiful photography competition is back!

Taking place across Europe, there are more than 1,000 prizes up for grabs, including a grand prize worth 10,000 EUR. Entries are organised into six categories, and you can enter up to ten times, so share your best photographs of the world we live in for your chance to win!

We’ll also be choosing monthly winners from the UK entries – just another reason to have a go! Grab your camera and head out to your favourite place to take that winning photo, or dig out one of your most picturesque shots from your holiday. Share your photo with us and show us just how beautiful our world really is.

Get Inspired by Last Year’s Winners

The last competition was won by Agnieszka Gulczyńska, with this sweet photo of her son and their dog.

People winner

The top UK entry, entitled “Elephants in Serengeti”, was taken by Stephan Gimpel. I think you’ll agree that his striking black and white photograph was a worthy winner of the UK crown!

Elephants in Serengeti

“I took this shot during a self-drive tour of Northern Tanzania. We camped in one of the national parks overnight and came across this small herd on an early morning game drive. After taking a couple of quick shots, I managed to reposition the car to frame the herd with the two free-standing trees for a balanced composition. I decided to submit the black and white version of the photo as I think it works well with the dark elephants and brings out the contrast in the sky.”

For more inspiration from last year’s competition winners, take a look at our feature on the winning photos, or explore the top UK entries here.

We can’t wait to see your breathtaking, brilliant and beautiful photographs of the wonderful world we live in. Submit your photograph today, and good luck!

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