Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Photo competition closing soon!

Your best weather image. Australia's favourite calendar.
Calendar images feature in national media, including the Today Show on Channel 9, The Australian, The Huffington Post, Australian Geographic, Channel 10 and the ABC.
Photos from left to right: Mieke Boynton Photography, Rob Embury—Pale Blue Dot Photography, Leanne Osmond.

Hello Kim

We thought you would like to know there are only a couple of months left to enter your best weather photographs in the Bureau of Meteorology Australian Weather Calendar photo competition.

The winning images are published each year to great acclaim in the Australian Weather Calendar. A beloved Australian tradition for more than 30 years, the highly popular calendar (large format art reproduction on high-quality paper) hangs in homes and businesses around Australia—and in more than 80 countries around the world. Its keenly awaited release in early November generates national and international media and social media coverage, and featured photographers, many of whom give multiple media interviews, report that the exposure is great for their careers.

Competition essentials:

  • It's free to enter, and photos taken in any year are eligible.
  • Amateurs and professionals alike have been winners—our judges look for artistic merit, technical skill, and authentic and striking depictions of Australian weather phenomena.
  • The competition closes on 31 March 2017—head to www.bom.gov.au/calendar/contest for entry instructions.
  • If you want to check out this year's winners, the 2017 calendar is still available from shop.bom.gov.au—but be quick!
Download the flyer in case you'd like to spread the word—please email it around or print it for your community noticeboard.
Many thanks,
Robbie Kershaw
Bureau of Meteorology
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