Today begins a new round of photo contest “I love my county”

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Take your camera, review your archive, take your drones up flying – the seventh round of the photo contest “I love my county” will begin soon. The competition starts on May 1 and will last until May 15, and the best photos, according to the jury, will become part of a unique exhibition with motifs from all Croatian counties, reports Likaclub.

All lovers of photography, whether professional or amateur photographers, are invited to get involved in a story that has lasted for seven years, and the goal is to show the detail, motif, uniqueness of each part of Croatia. Each author can submit up to three photos via the application

The photos included in the exhibition are selected by an expert jury headed by world-renowned Croatian professional photographer Mare Milin, accompanied by county representatives – Davor Pavić from Split, Petra Vadlja from Međimurje and Franc Moscard from Istria.

In addition to the best, according to the expert jury, the photo with the highest number of votes (likes) within the application will be awarded. Voting requires registration via social networks. This year’s newness is that photos taken by drone are scored in their category, and the best “drone” photo is also awarded. The main prizes are GoPro Hero 10 sports digital cameras.

Find the gallery of the best photos of 2021 HERE.

We remind you that the competition “I love my county” was launched by the Croatian Association of Counties in 2016, primarily to promote the specifics of all Croatian counties. Each year, an expert jury selects the best photographs from all counties that enter the traveling exhibition. Until now, exhibitions have been opened in many cities – from Vukovar to Pula, Zadar and Dubrovnik, citizens had the opportunity to see this unique exhibition.

Every year, after the opening of the last exhibition, the entire exhibition is donated to an institution on whose walls it continues to tell the story of the beauties of Croatian regions.

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