Photo show calls for entries

The Ordover Gallery at the San Diego Natural History Museum seeks submissions for its “Best of Nature” photography show. Entrees may be submitted through July 26. The international juried show will be on view Nov. 13-Jan. 30 in The Ordover Gallery.

Landscape, wildlife, and nature abstract/impressionistic images will be considered. Traditional, digital and alternative-process photographic works will be reviewed. Entry fee is $25 for the first three photos; each entry after that is $10. Instructions are at www.sdnhm.org/exhibits/ordover/bestofnature or call (858) 720-1121. Grand prize is $1,000; first place, $500; second place, $250; third place, $150. Six honorable mentions pay $100 each; the People’s Choice Award is $100.

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