Culbokie Community Trust launches Black Isle photography competition to capture ‘everything we love’ about the Ross-shire peninsula


The deadline has been set.

Do you have a flair for photography and a passion for the Black Island?

Culbokie Community Trust has launched its 2022 photography competition and is looking for entrants from across the Highlands.

During the pandemic, many of us have been outdoors and many of us have developed new interests, such as photography.

“You don’t have to be a highly skilled photographer to enter by any means,” said Angie Morris of the Trust. “We’re looking for beautifully captured images that represent everything we love about Black Isle. And don’t worry if you don’t have time to get out there with your camera before the June 30 deadline, as we accept photos that match the theme even if they were taken within the last three years.”

This year’s theme, My Beautiful Black Isle, offers plenty of room for creative interpretation. It could be the landscape, coastline, wildlife, community or history of Black Isle that inspires you.

The competition has three categories; Best photography with a camera; Best Photography Using a Mobile Phone and Best Photography by a Youth 13 and Under (Using Any Device).

To find out how to participate, simply visit the Trust’s website at www.culbokiect.org


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