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NiE Photographic Competition

WIN A DIGITAL CAMERA WITH MEMORY CARD AND CASE

APN's NiE program has teamed up with Shout Communications and Walt Disney /Pixar to run a photographic competition aimed at encouraging young people's appreciation of the natural world around them. The new animated film, BRAVE, in cinemas on June 21, is a story of epic adventure and mystical legends set in the beautiful and magical Scottish highlands.From ancient castles and ruins, to rings of standing stones, forests and vegetation, the movie "Brave" delivers a unique visual experience.

We want to see photos of what's magic about where you live.So be brave and pick up a digital camera and get snapping for your chance to win tickets to see the upcoming film Brave.

The competition will be judged by APN's Newspapers in Education writer and an APN photographer.

The winner will receive a digital camera with memory card and case to the value of $100 as well as a double pass to see the film BRAVE at their nearest participating cinema from June 21, 2012.

Prizes for second, third and fourth will also be awarded. These winners will receive a double pass to the film Brave at their nearest participating cinema from June 21, 2012.

HOW TO ENTER

The competition is open to students aged 5 to 18.

Submit one photo that has a nature or wildlife theme (no people) that captures your imagination .

Email your entry to robyn.courtney@apn.com.au. 

Please include your name, age and mailing address.

All entries must be received by 5pm 22 June 2012.

Click here for the General Terms and Conditions

Click here for Terms and Conditions relating to Photographs

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