Photo Competition 2020
Theme: Unusual or extreme weather
We have had our usual share of storms this year and there may be more to come.
These may give you the op to capture a rewarding photo,
or maybe you could come across something unusual,
maybe a cloud or a landscape that gives you that winning op.
1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY
2. YOUR ASSIGNMENT
We are seeking a photo showing unusual or extreme weather this year.
Having interesting weather in the photo is what we are looking for.
3.In the interests of privacy make sure that if there are people in you photo then they are unidentifiable.
4.Entry is open to any individual resident in New Zealand or any member of the NZ Met Society from any country.
5.You can submit just ONE photo (per email address). It needs to be a photo that you photographed.
6. Tell us in the entry description the place and date if known.
7. Cropping and zooming are allowed. No modifications or enhancements.
By entering the contest, entrants agree to have their entry displayed on the Met Society web site
or in our newsletter or Journal properly referenced without charge.
We reserve the right to remove entries, without notice, and for any reason.
Image owners retain all their other rights.
Anyone can click on and vote for any of the images they like, but only one vote per image per device.
By the end of October our committee will pick the top three, and maybe the winning image will be displayed on front page of our annual publication "WEATHER AND CLIMATE" see www.metsoc.org.nz/weather-and-climate/
are to be announced early November and put on our website www.metsoc,org.nz, also at the November Met Society Conference, and in our seasonal newsletter in Dec 2020.
Winning image may be displayed on outer cover of our annual Journal “Weather and Climate”
Prize for Top chosen photo is: HAYNES Book of CLOUDS
Prize for second and third placements: “The Cloud Collector’s Handbook” by Gavin Pretor-Pinney.