The River Great Ouse features in a number of entries, which now total more than 450, and the districts many lakes are also popular spots for stunning snaps. There are also some more abstract water-based images, and others depicting the areas rich supply of wildlife. The competition, organised in partnership with St Neots and District Camera Club, has four sections, two for juniors and one for adults. Theres also a wildlife category, sponsored by the Huntingdonshire local group of the Wildlife Trust. Prizes are up for grabs and the winners will be revealed at the camera clubs annual exhibition, which this year is at the Priory Centre, St Neots, on Saturday, March 28. Everyones entries will be on display at the exhibition, alongside photos by club members and a Wildlife Trust stand. To enter, email up to six images to firstname.lastname@example.org. The files should be no larger than 2MB per image. The file name should be the name of the person who took the photo and their age, if 16 or under. The junior sections are divided into under 11s and 11 to 16 year olds. In the email, please also include a daytime telephone number, your address and details of where and when the photo was taken. All photos should be sized 6insx4ins. The deadline for entries is 5pm on Monday, March 9. Usual Archant competition rules apply and the editors decision is final.INFORMATION: For more details, contact The Hunts Post on 01480 443451.