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For a doctor at the Timmins and District Hospital, play and work have clashed in a stunningly positive way. Dr. Daniel Kelly has spent the past fifteen years travelling from one end of the nation to another in his barren time to catch the snaps of wildlife. Now, as he finishes his 1st year at the TDH, his photography work is being displayed as well as sold for a good cause.
He told that he has been doing wildlife photography for around fifteen years. He only take wildlife snaps, he has never got into portraiture or scenery or anything of that sort. Nature is a thing that he had always been into. Continue reading →
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Now you can vote for your favorite nature snap and you will enter into draw to win Orana Wildlife Park family day pass. The best snap voted by the readers will get the photographer a visit for one on the Heritage Expeditions’ “Forgotten Islands of South Pacific” voyage leaving Invercargill on 23rd December, 2013, valued at over US$ 5000.
3 categories of ten nature pictures will be put to between 15th July and 24th July with categories altering each Monday as well as Thursday. After that, the best 2 of each category will form a “best of ……” category for voting that will take place between 25th July to 28th July. The winning snap will be published in The Press.
The Nature’s Great Photography contest attracted a magnificent nine hundred photographs from well known photographers vying to get the tour of a lifetime to sub Antarctic Islands. The judges have focused over the big number of magnificent entries and they have selected thirty finalists – ten in each three categories – nature, wildlife and bird.
The readers of the Press are now invited to participate in 4 rounds of voting for the favorite pictures from their finalists and be in with a chance to win a family day pass to Orana Wildlife Park. The first round voting will select the best 2 snaps from the Birdlife category. Voting for top two Wildlife snaps will start on 18th July, Thursday and for the best Nature photograph from 22nd July, Monday.
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