GEO ExPro

Photo Competition

Last call for entries
This article appeared in June, 2016

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Final call for entries to this years photo competition.

DEADLINE - September 30th 2016

GEO ExPro and PESGB are delighted to announce their partnership in support of charity Aberdeen Cyrenians, by launching a photo competition for 2016. The Cyrenians are a charity based in Aberdeen and are working to support all sections of the community, including many who have been devastated by the downturn in the oil industry.

A selection of the best photos from the competition will feature in a calendar for 2017 that will be available for purchase at the GEO ExPro stand at PETEX in November 2016. PETEX delegates will also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite photo and the most popular shots will feature as the covers of both the PESGB magazine and GEO ExPro magazine in 2017. All proceeds will go to the Aberdeen Cyrenians charity.

Details on how to enter are shown in the poster opposite and in the box below. 

To whet your appetite and get you in the right frame of mind for taking those creative images, here are the winners and some of the better entries to the GeoExPro 10th Anniversary Photo Competition

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