BVA photo contest enters its fourth year

Shutterbugs have until Sept. 1 to submit images capturing the veterinary profession and animals.

BVA photo contest enters its fourth year
Small animal veterinarian Stephen Ashman captured first place in the 2018 British Veterinary Association photography contest with this shot of wild ponies on Long Mynd in Shropshire, England.

The British Veterinary Association is encouraging members to focus on life inside and outside of the practice as part of the organization’s fourth annual photography contest.

Entries are being accepted through Sept. 1 in two categories:

  • One Veterinary Community: Photos documenting the work environment or veterinary education. Celebrating diversity is a plus.
  • All Creatures Great and Small: Photos of wildlife, livestock or pets.

“The annual photography competition is a real calendar highlight and an incredible showcase for the diverse, valuable and often eye-catching work being carried out across the veterinary community,” said BVA President Simon Doherty, BVMS, CertAqv, MRCVS. “Every year since the competition launched we’ve been really impressed by the quality and range of entries.

“Whether you’re a serious snapper or a casual clicker, we really want to see how you catch on camera the animal kingdom and what being a BVA member means to you.”

Information on how to enter, the prizes awarded and the judging process is available at Protection Status