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Wolfson Gardens Photo Competition

The inaugural Wolfson Gardens Photo Competition is open to all current Wolfson students and staff.  

Wolfson College gardens

The Wolfson gardens are among the great pleasures of college life, with redwoods and mulberry trees standing alongside countless floral delights.

Each year, we'll be challenging students to enter their best photos taken in the Wolfson gardens, with prizes awarded in several categories.

This year the categories are: Flowers; Borders; Foliage or Bark; Statues; Garden Selfie; Garden Photo of Indoor Object; and Garden Vista.  

How to enter

Submit your entries via Instagram with the hashtag #MyWolfGarden21 and one of the category hashtags below, and tag College account @wolfsoncollegecam.  

Add a second hashtag for the category you wish to enter, as listed below:

  • Best Garden Flowers Photo: #WolfGardenFlowers21
  • Best Garden Borders Photo: #WolfGardenBorders21
  • Best Garden Foliage or Bark:  #WolfGardenFoliage21
  • Best Garden Statue:  #WolfGardenStatue21
  • Best Garden Selfie: #WolfGardenSelfie21
  • Best Garden Photo of Indoor Object: #WolfGardenObject21
  • Best Garden Vista: #WolfsonGardenVista21

Prizes

Prizes are awarded in each category. A grand prize of two Formal Hall tickets will be awarded for the best overall photo. 

Deadline

The deadline for the 2021 competition is midnight on Monday 17 May 2021

 

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