Entries Invited for Photography Contest

Published: 15th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th January 2015 10:54 PM   |  A+A-

QUEEN’S ROAD: Neralu, the city’s crowdfunded tree festival, is inviting entries for its photography exhibition.  This is a chance for shutterbugs to express their love for trees. The pictures should portray your perspectives of nature and your intimate understanding of it, says a note issued by the organising team, and selected entries will be displayed at all venues of the festival.

 The festival aims to bring the community together to celebrate Bengaluru’s rich heritage of trees. A variety of interactive sessions to learn about trees, ecology, urban planning and tree walks, workshops, talks, dance, drama and art displays will also spark thought on ecology and the environment at venues across the city.


Textures and patterns in nature: There are  myriad textures, patterns and colors in nature. Observe them, capture them and send your interpretation.

Neralu: Photograph the beautiful play of shadows and Neralu moments, in connection with trees, of course.

Trees in public places: Trees are everywhere — on the streets, in your yards, in the middle of the market, in a bus stop. Capture them as you see them around you.

Those interested can email their photographs to neralufestival@gmail.com before January 25. Each participant is allowed three entries per theme. For details, log on to http://neralu.in/neralu-photo-project

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