The title for the HeavyTorque Calendar Competition 2015 is; EXCEPTIONNEL.
The theme is open to your personal interpretation but we’re looking for jaw-dropping photography of high, wide and heavy loads. These pictures can be anything from close up to wide landscapes as long as they feature an EXCEPTIONNEL movement. The 12 photos selected will appear in the HeavyTorque Calendar 2015, sold in aid of the *Railway Children.
You can enter up to five images in total, closing date for entries will be midnight Friday 12th September. Please send your submissions to: email@example.com, with the subject HeavyTorque Calendar 2015.
The twelve winning entrants will receive;
1) Annual subscription to HeavyTorque
2) Complimentary Calendar (with acknowledgement and accreditation to the photographer)
Terms and conditions:
1) Images must be 300dpi, preferably jpeg file format and of landscape orientation.
2) Entrants can submit up to five images in total, whether colour or black and white. Electronic images are welcome, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) HeavyTorque’s decision as to the eligibility of individual photographs will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
*more about the Railway Children
In the UK, a child runs away from home every 5 minutes.
That’s 100,000 children under 16 a year, and 70% of those children are never even reported missing by those who are supposed to love and protect them.
Unwanted, unloved and often abused, children find themselves alone and at risk on the streets simply because there’s nowhere else to go and no one left to turn to.
The streets are often even more dangerous and frightening than the homes these children were desperate to escape.
With no means of support or protection, these children fade into the background of the streets, often unseen by societies who either deny their existence or regard them as the ‘norm’.
When you support Railway Children, we want your money to work as hard as possible to make a difference.
Our pioneering work tackles the roots of problems in the home, in communities and in wider societies that lead to children living alone on the streets.
Our numerous projects and initiatives not only help children in the immediate short-term but give them opportunities to really turn their lives around for good.