MP seeks photos for calendar

  • Oct. 2, 2006 7:00 p.m.

Skeena MP Nathan Cullen is inviting amateur photographers across the northwest to submit samples of their digital work for feature in the 2007 MP calendar that goes to all householders in the riding.
“Each year we celebrate the extraordinary scenery of Skeena-Bulkley Valley in our calendar,” Mr. Cullen said. “We invite photographers to send us their best images and we put together an absolutely stunning collection.”
Eight photographs will be chosen for feature in the 2007 calendar.
Photographs should be scenic in nature; pictures of wildlife and those with a First Nations theme are also occasionally considered. Vertical images are best suited to the calendar design. Colour images are acceptable, although the calendar is printed in black and white.
Photographers are invited to send their high resolution images and a brief description of the subject to Images must be received by Oct. 15. All images will contain photo credits, and, if the photographer wishes, contact information.
“From Atlin to Bella Coola, from Masset to Fort St. James … we live in one of Canada’s largest and most beautiful federal ridings,” said Mr. Cullen. “Our annual calendar is a great opportunity to showcase both our scenery and the amazing talent we have here in Skeena-Bulkley Valley.”

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