- This competition is being run as part of the Trees Are The Key Awareness Week, founded by UK Registered Charity, The Word Forest Organisation.
- The contest is open to photographers of any age, from any country.
- No fee is required to enter however, entrants agree to subscribe to The Word Forest Organisation’s occasional news update.
- If entrants wish to make a donation to The Word Forest Organisation before, after, or at the point of submitting their entry, that will not increase their chances of winning, however, our beneficiaries will be incredibly grateful!
- The competition opens on 25th February 2021 and closes at midnight on 19th March 2021.
- Click here to enter.
- By entering you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
We’d love to see photos of your favourite trees! They can be isolated trees in busy cities or quiet parklands, forests or woods. You can send a picture of the tree on it’s own, or with you, friends or family beside it. If you’d like to hold a sign saying ‘Trees Are The Key Awareness Week’ that’s fine too, but it’s not obligatory. All accepted photographs will be displayed on a gallery page on our website.
You can enter a maximum of 5 photographs. If you enter more than 5, anything received beyond that will be disqualified.
The winner will be chosen by our core team from entries submitted by the closing date. The winner will be informed by email on 20th March and their photograph will be displayed on our website and on the page for the awareness week. No other correspondence will be entered into.
There is one prize of ten trees which will be planted in the winner’s name, in rural Kenya. We will publish a photograph of the winner’s trees being planted and a Certificate of Planting which will include the GPS coordinates of the them, within three months of the end of the competition. We will also feature their achievement in a post on our news feed and invite the winner to share with our supporters what trees mean to them.
The prize is nontransferable and there is no cash alternative.
Each entrant must ensure and warrant that any images they submit which include an identifiable person or persons, have been taken with their express permission and do not infringe the copyright of any third party or any laws. Entrants must also warrant that any images they are submitting are their own work and they own the copyright for them.
Unforeseen events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prizes impossible due to reasons beyond our control. The Word Forest Organisation may at its absolute discretion, vary or amend the competition. All entrants agree that no liability shall attach to The Word Forest Organisation, if this occurs.
All information detailing how to enter this competition, forms the terms and conditions for entry. It is also a condition of entry that all rules are accepted as final and that the entrant agrees to abide by these rules. The decision of the judges is final and no other correspondence will be entered into. Submission of an entry will be taken to mean full acceptance of these terms and conditions.