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Charity competition is on the lookout for best sea photos

PUBLISHED: 12:10 24 June 2018

Southwold Pier in Suffolk featured in last year�s competition among the photos taken in East Anglia which were submitted. Picture: Justin Minns

Southwold Pier in Suffolk featured in last year�s competition among the photos taken in East Anglia which were submitted. Picture: Justin Minns

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A national maritime charity is calling on amateur and professional photographers to submit their favourite images honouring Britain’s proud maritime heritage for its annual competition.

Sea defences at Caister-on-Sea featured in last year�s competition among the photos taken in East Anglia which were submitted. Picture: David J. MorganSea defences at Caister-on-Sea featured in last year�s competition among the photos taken in East Anglia which were submitted. Picture: David J. Morgan

The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society is on the lookout for photographers in East Anglia to enter the maritime photographic competition in the search for the UK’s ultimate sea view.

With standout images relating to all aspects of the UK’s historic relationship with the sea being sought, the competition will once again be judged by a prestigious panel of experts, with photos to be submitted before the deadline of Monday, August 13.

Chief executive of the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, Captain Justin Osmond, said: “The beauty of our competition is that it gives people the chance to tell their personal stories of the sea via stunning photography that can be enjoyed by all.”

To enter, with the chance to win the prize of £500 of photographic equipment vouchers, visit www.shipwreckedmariners.org.uk or the Society’s Facebook or Twitter pages.

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