‘Life in and after Lockdown’ photographic competition

Rotary Club Estoi Palace International (RCEPI) has launched a Lockdown-themed photographic competition this month.

The last year has been an enormous challenge for everyone. The onset of Covid-19 has led to governments having to introduce draconian measures to control the spread of the virus.

Whilst helping to control the disease, the introduction of Lockdown has had all sorts of unforeseen consequences as people found themselves confined to their homes and unable to see family and friends face to face.

What has Lockdown meant to you? RCEPI is asking people to share their photographs which represent an image that will always remind them of these difficult times. “All we ask is that photos are taken within 100 metres of your place of confinement,” said a spokesperson for the Rotary Club.

The competition, which closes on May 31, is free to enter with a chance to win €125 of photographic equipment. The team of judges will be headed by professional photographer Daryl Gabin of www.daraclephotography.com

For further information and submission of photos, visit www.rotaryestoipalace.org or email photos@rotaryestoipalace.org