Wildlife photography winners are photography winners are named WINNERS of a photography contest held as part of the Bahrain Animal Production Show 2010 (BAPS) were announced

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    Gulfdailynews.com Sunday 28th November, 2010 Link: http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=292662

    Wildlife photography winners are named

    WINNERS of a photography contest held as part of the Bahrain Animal Production Show 2010 (BAPS) were announced.

    Residents were invited to take part in the competition organised by Miracle Publishing in co-ordination with Yaquby Stores and

    The Camera Shop.

    It offered contestants a chance to win fantastic prizes for their photography of 'Wildlife of Bahrain'.

    The three categories for entry into the competition were professionals, amateurs and students.

    Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Under-Secretary Dr Nabeel Abulfateh presented the winners for each category with

    their prizes supplied by Yaquby Stores.

    The presentation ceremony was held in the Education Zone at the Bahrain International Endurance Village, Sakhir.

    The Mara'ee photography contest winners are:

    Students: Reem Khali, Ebrahim Mohsen and Amiya Chadramouli

    Amateurs: Binoy Balakrishnan, Tasneem Al Sharqi and Krishna Das

    Professionals: George Matthew and Manfred Erber.

    The top 30 photographs are on display at an exhibition in the Education Zone.

    Meanwhile, the operetta Land and Sea - a portrayal through music and poetry the link between the people of Bahrain and their

    land, sea and animals - was yesterday praised as one of the highlights of BAPS 2010.

    Performed for His Majesty King Hamad, as part of the glittering opening ceremony at the Endurance Village, the production

    captivated His Majesty and distinguished guests.

    Set against a multimedia backdrop, the operetta songs and poetry, written by Ali Shargawi with music composed by Ahmed Al

    Harmi, were performed by 150 Bahraini students and 200 ardah dancers and traditional singers. It featured live cows, camels

    and falcons, along with a stunning Arabian horse display. The lighting show and animations added to the magical atmosphere

    of the operetta.

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