Living Landscape Photography Competition


We would like to invite you to take part in the first Edinburgh Living Landscape photography competition to help us show off Edinburgh’s natural beauty. All you need to do is submit a photo of one of the city’s floral meadows or natural grassland by 11th September and you could be in with the chance to win some exclusive prizes. You can find your nearest Edinburgh Living Landscape site using the map on So grab your camera or phone and get outdoors!
Here’s what you need to know:
– Submit your picture on the Edinburgh Outdoors facebook page, on twitter@ EdinOutdoors or by emailing it to If you are using email, please resize it to smaller than 500kb.
– When submitting your photo, please make sure you let us know the location used.
– You can submit as many entries as you like. Entries will be judged and the top entries will be posted to a facebook gallery on the Edinburgh Outdoors page, for a public vote. The photos with the most likes will win.
– Please only submit your own original photographs, and ensure you do not infringe on the rights of others when you are taking them. You must have permission from any people featured in your entries, or of parents/guardians if children under 16 are featured.
– By entering the competition, you are granting City of Edinburgh Council, and Edinburgh Living Landscape partners, permission to reproduce any entries at no fee for the Edinburgh Living Landscape programme, Edinburgh Outdoors website and any other future promotional material. Photographs submitted via social media are also subject to Facebook and Twitter’s terms and conditions. Find out more about terms and conditions on Facebook and Twitter.
– Please only submit entries that have not been offered for sale, won or been runner up for any other photography competitions.
– The closing date is Friday 11th September at 6pm.
– You can vote for your favourite photographs from 16th to 23rd September on our Facebook page.
– Edinburgh Living Landscape is a partnership project that will create, restore and connect green areas of the city to make attractive and biodiverse landscapes, enjoyed by residents and visitors. Landscapes will be healthy, nature rich and resilient to climate change. The partners are City of Edinburgh Council, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh and Greensurge. You can find out more at

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