The 2009 NCES Photo Contest

The North Carolina Entomological Society has announced their annual photo contest.  The deadline to submit your best arthropod shot is October 19th.

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Ha, I love how adult Lepidoptera are separated into their own category. I guess is the result of "... and yet another one of a butterfly, again. And one more..."

Btw, have you sweep the contests in the past Alex?

You know, I've never submitted my photos to any sort of contest.

I must be afraid of losing, or something.

Hell Alex from what I have seen of your work you should do very well in any photo comp.

By Jack Jumper (not verified) on 30 Sep 2009 #permalink