We’ve all had the chance to think about what home is, what it feels like to have a home, or even change our definition of home, over the past year or so.
The word “home” has a different meaning to everyone, even for the wildlife around us. The Greenpeace Photo Contest organizers are asking you to show them the true variety of what home can mean to Earth’s creatures.
The theme of this year’s Greenpeace Photo Contest is “No Place Like Home.” Greenpeace wants to see your best shots featuring animals in their habitats for the chance to be featured in an upcoming issue of Greenpeace Magazine.
Last year the contest was all about images that capture the relationships animals have with each other—in 2021, Greenpeace Canada wants to see the relationships animals have with their homes.
There are prizes, bragging rights, exposure of your photography to a Canada-wide audience, and a chance to get featured in their magazine. Enter the Greenpeace photo competition here, before Tuesday. Entry is free. You can also see photos from last year’s contest on their site.
by Cherryl Bird – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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