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Countryfile photography competition

The 2007 competition takes the theme of 'All creatures great and small'.

Photographs should be taken in the UK and have the natural world or the countryside at their heart.

Chris Packham and Jo Brand will be judging and the best will be featured in the 2008 Countryfile calendar sold in aid of Children In Need.

Sending your entries
  • Post pictures to: Countryfile Photo Competition 2007, BBC, The Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1RF.
  • Please print and post digital entries – email entries will be ignored.
  • The closing date is 7 September 2007.
Please bear in mind
  1. You can send up to four photos as either prints or slides, in colour or black and white. Prints can be any size but we suggest a maximum size of 10"x8" or roughly A4.
  2. Digital entries may be enhanced to remove spots or scratches, but not manipulated.
  3. The photos must be original works and must not have been published before.
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Most recent Countryfile

The winning photos from 2006

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 Countryfile Calendar

The 2008 calendar will be on sale in autumn 2007 – with proceeds to Children in Need.

Photo gallery
View the finalists in the 2006 photographic competition.

Photo competition rules

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