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Published 10th December 2014
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The winning photographs will be displayed at the Old Royal Naval College
Budding photographers can show off their talents with a recently launched competition uncovering some of the treasures of Greenwich.
The competition, called ‘Hidden details of the Old Royal Naval College’ is set up by the Old Royal Naval College and aimed at anyone who is interested in photography and looks to encourage some of the 1.8 million visitors on site, to take pictures of concealed elements that the ORNC has to offer.
Greenwich boasts magnificent architecture and design including Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College, but there could a crack in the stonework or even the ‘hidden hand’ in the Painted Hall, each individual element a hidden piece of beauty.
Visitors can easily submit their ‘hidden detail’ photograph to the ORNC Flickr competition page and fill in the form on ornc.org by Monday 5 January. Entrants will be in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes including tickets to Wildlife Photographer of the year exhibition at the Natural History Museum and the opportunity to win a space in the prestigious ‘Portfolio 3’ Royal Photographic Society book, just to name a few.
The winning photographs will also be displayed in the Gallery at the Old Royal Naval College in Discover Greenwich. For more information, please visit http://www.ornc.org/press/story/hidden-details-of-the-old-royal-naval-college-photography-competition
For enquires please contact Fiona Karn-Smith Fkarnfirstname.lastname@example.org/ or 07725231379