Entries are now being accepted to the first ever “Ebb and Flow” photography competition. The competition celebrates the UK’s water sector and Future Water Association invites both amateur and professional photographers from across the UK to take part.
The water sector is going through a challenging time and it is often easy to overlook the successes, the achievements, the technology and the people that all help deliver a valuable resource we take for granted.
Ebb and Flow has been created to celebrate the UK Water Sector and provide a platform to acknowledge the amazing innovation and engineering that has put the UK on the map for hundreds of years as world leaders in water management systems
The purpose is to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the issues linked to water, and its management in the urban and rural context. Ebb & Flow also aims to be a catalyst for increased engagement across the water sector and the raising of awareness of water, its economic importance and social value. We encourage photographs depicting any aspect of water be it natural or manmade environments.
Ebb & Flow is open to all professional and amateur, national and international photographers over the age of 18. Before entering, please read the Rules and Guidelines and Digital Specifications & Adjustment Guidelines carefully as all entrants have to acknowledge acceptance of them during the online registration process.
Entrants are invited to submit up to 4 still photographs. All entrants must ensure that the quality of their entries meets the competition’s criteria as stated in the Rules and Guidelines. Deadline for entry is Friday 20 January 2017 at 5pm. Entry is free.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
FUTURE WATER ASSOCIATION
UK WATER SECTOR LEAD
Twelve of the photographs will be selected and reproduced in a publication to celebrate 30 years of the Future Water Association . In addition, six will be selected to be exhibited at the Future Water Association celebrations in February 2017. Three of the photographers will be given an exhibition at Price Waterhouse Cooper’s offices in London later in 2017.
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