Photography competition

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In conjunction with this year’s Enchanted Castle event at Crathes Castle, which will run from Wednesday 23rd to Sunday 27th November, there are a number of fantastic prizes up for grabs in a new digital photography competition which is launched today.

The theme of the competition is ‘The North East’s Natural Beauty’ and, as Gerry Muldoon from EC organisers GM Events outlines, this can encompass a wide range of subject matter.

He said: “Entries can be anything from landscape shots to wildlife or even the sky at night, the only prerequisite being that the image can be sent digitally. The winners will be selected by Logan Sangster of Deeside Photographics in early November and will be on display throughout the five days of the Enchanted Castle at the Milton Gallery in Crathes and at Crathes Restaurant.

“Huge thanks are due to recruitment specialist, Carlton Resource Solutions Ltd, the lead sponsor of the Enchanted Castle, for co-ordinating the photo competition and also to the organisations that have donated fantastic prizes for the winners.”

The competition is open to two age groups, namely 15 and under and 16 and over.

You can enter both competitions online, via a link on Carlton Resource Solutions Ltd’s website at www.carltonrs.com/castle and all entries for both categories will be visible so entrants can weigh up their competition!

We hope to see local Schools getting involved and for everyone to delight in the region’s top photography talent and share their entries with their friends and family.

Prizes for the senior competition include a family meal at The Milton Restaurant, an overnight stay at Raemoir House Hotel and a £250 voucher for Deeside Photographics for a full family portrait.

Among the prizes for the junior competition are a new digital camera, courtesy of GM Events and family membership to the National Trust for Scotland.

The Enchanted Castle event itself will see the grounds of Crathes Castle transformed thanks to cutting edge light and sound technology and stunning choreographed effects, moods and backdrops that will be a ‘must’ for family members of all ages. In addition to the evening walk, which will take place in a truly magical ambience, a host of complementary, themed attractions including storytelling sessions, fire breathers and jugglers, magicians, and children’s enchanted craft activities, will all add much to the magical experience.