MulkearLIFE offers its thanks and congratulations to all who entered the project’s Amateur Photo Competition -’Exploring Biodiversity In the Lower Shannon’. The judging panel was extremely pleased with the overall quality of the images submitted, especially those in the ‘Young Adult’ category. MulkearLIFE offers its congratulations to all who took part in the competition.
The following is a selection of images, both those Highly Commended and those images which were of significant merit. An additional selection of images will be published at a later date.
Annacotty Weir Frozen (Image: Lee Hosty)
Frozen Ash Tree (Image: Padraig O’Dwyer)
Have You Ever Seen The Like Of It? (Image: Kathleeen O’Toole)
Please Don’t Give Way (Image: Kathleeen O’Toole)
Dead Tree, Clare Glens (Image: Robin Parmar)
Swan & Signet (Image: Clodagh Blake)
Damselfly Eating Mayfly (Image: John Breen)
Fox Cub (Image: Clodagh Blake)
Minnows (Image: Roisin O’Neill)
Coonagh Lake (Image: Jennifer Copley)
MulkearLIFE would like to thank everyone who entered the Amateur Photo Competition -’Exploring Biodiversity In the Lower Shannon’. In addition, the project would like to thank all who supported the photo exhibition in Annacotty. A special word of thanks to Minister of State, Jan O’ Sullivan TD, Minister Michael Noonan TD and all other dignitaries who came to view the images while on display. Finally, MulkearLIFE would like to thank John de Courcy of de Courcy Auctioneers for making the premises in Annacotty available to the project and to Annacotty Tidy Town committee for their art display.
Minister Noonan being presented with a set of images by Ruauirí Ó Conchúir