This month's theme is Indigenous Peoples and as you'll see, we have some fantastic indigenous-themed prizes to be won!
Win one of 2 sets of photographic art postcards by Alastair McNaughton!
Click Here* to see the rest of the stunning postcards to be won!
(*Excludes panoramic and 'Koala' postcards).
Each set will contain seven different postcards and will be randomly created from the total 14 -
One set for "Elders" category
One set for "Youth" category
How to Enter...
Next month's theme is "Youth & Elders". We want to look at their views, experiences and advice. Our elders are perhaps one of our most valuable and underrated resources. With their wealth of knowledge and experience, we can learn much from them. We'd also like to explore the enthusiasm and dreams of our youth - their goals for the future of the planet and its people, as well as their concerns.
To enter, simply choose a category you feel is most appropriate for you - choose to write from your perspective if you fall into one of the categories or about one of the categories (you don't have to be in that age group). Submit your entry in the form below for your chance to win a set of 7 beautiful black and white photographic postcards to be framed or used however you wish!
Don't forget to read the 'Terms and Conditions' at the bottom of the page.
In a minimum of 75 words (no maximum), share your views and/or experience about "Youth" or "Elders".
All appropriate submissions will be published on Peaceful Willow next month!
See our prompts below for ideas.
These are just suggestions...
* How do you feel you/youth are treated by society? Is this good or bad?
* How would you like to be treated or to see youth treated?
* What gifts do you feel youth have to offer the world - in small or large ways?
* What do you hope for the future? Do you think it is possible and what suggestions do you have to make that vision a reality?
* What do you enjoy about being young? What don't you enjoy?
* Does your culture have particular views or roles for their youth?
* What celebrations or rites of passage have/will you experience as a young person? * What fears and/or joy do you have as a young person?
* What are the lessons you've learned so far in this life that you would like to share with others?
* How do you feel elders are treated in society?
* Are elders treated in particular ways in your culture? Is this good or bad?
* How would you like to see elders treated?
* How have times changed during your lifetime - what are the worst and best moments you've experienced or witnessed?
* What fears and/or joy do you have as an elder?