Prints will all be displayed for a week at the Kootenay Gallery of Art starting on May 31. (Trail Times file photo)

Camera club seeks submissions for West Kootenay show

Deadline for entries is April 25 and judging for the annual show will take place shortly after

Preparations have already begun for the 29th Annual West Kootenay Camera Club (WKCC) Photo Show.

This competition and show is open to all.

Categories are: wildlife, nature, human interest, creative images, flowers/plants/fruits, portrait, architecture, landscapes, urban and open.

Members of the WKCC are allowed to enter 10 photographic prints while non-members are limited to four entries.

Deadline for entries is April 25 and judging takes place shortly after.

After the prints are judged they will all be displayed for a week at the Kootenay Gallery of Art starting on May 31. Between May 31 and June 2 gallery visitors will be able to vote for People’s Choice and also have a chance to enter the Loonie Prize Draw to win a beautiful framed print.

For full information and rules go to www.westkootenaycameraclub.com and click on the link to the photo show.

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