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Engineering Image Summer Round starts today

Start snapping up images of construction and the built environment for the Engineering Image 2006 photo competition.
Today marks the start of the summer round of the NCE and Practical Photography 'Engineering Image' photographic competition which aims to capture all that is inspiring, exciting, controversial or just plain gritty about civil engineering. Engineers and non engineers are welcome to submit photos for a chance to win cash prizes, a Panasonic DMC-FX01 digital compact camera - the world's smallest camera with a 28mm wide angle lens worth £250 and the main prize or a Hewlett-Packard DesignJet 90 colour printer worth £1000. So whether the weather is sunny, cloudy, thundery or hailing down where you are today, take a moment to capture the scene.Judging the competition will be PP editor Andrew James, NCE editor Antony Oliver, former Royal Photographic Society president Roger Reynolds, Sunday Times picture editor Ray Wells, ICE director general Tom Foulkes and construction photographer Grant Smith.Yesterday was the last date for spring round entries and judges will be meeting next week to decide on the winning photographs.For an entry form, visit http://www.nceplus.co.uk/editors_choice/photo_comp/.Related links:Today's top stories

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