Competition “River – science flowing from nature” settled

Konkurs „Rzeka – nauka płynąca z natury” rozstrzygnięty

Dear participants in the competition “River – science flowing from nature”, we would like to express our deep gratitude for your commitment and participation in our campaign. We are extremely moved by the number of applications we have received. Your artwork, in the form of drawings and photographs, has been awe-inspiring. They present the beauty of Polish rivers and the nature that harmoniously coexists with them. Your creativity, passion and sensitivity to the world are breathtaking.

We would like to congratulate all the winners. Your works stood out not only for their artistic excellence, but also conveyed a profound message of protection and respect for our rivers. Your talents meant that we had to take extra time to carefully analyze and appreciate each submitted work. In the end, however, the Competition was settled and several winners were selected.

Winners of the Competition:

– In the Photography category, they were:

grand prize: Matthew Boinski

honorable mention: Franciszek Walczak

– In the Drawing category, they became:

grand prize: Gabriela Palaczynska

honorable mention: Wojciech Grochowski

The awarded works can be seen here.

The countless hours of work, passion and commitment you have put into your work is extremely valuable and worth appreciating. Your submissions have contributed to a unique collection. Each image, each photographic shot revealed to us the secrets of nature and the power coming from the rivers. We discovered in them harmony, sustainability and, above all, the need to protect and care for our aquatic ecosystems.

Thank you once again to all the contestants for sharing their creative potential with us. Your works are a reminder that science and beauty are not separate – they flow together with nature, uncovering the mysteries of the world and inspiring you to do more.

We believe that your works will contribute to increased awareness and concern for water, conservation and protection of nature. Each participant made it clear that we are an integral part of something bigger and our actions have an impact on future generations.

We also remind you of our interesting publications on rivers:

Wild swimming. Transformations

New water sports. Could the ecosystem suffer?

By wooden galley on the wild Vistula River

The Vjosa River ecosystem in Albania will be protected – a new national park has been created

Photo author: Matthew Boinski

Używamy plików cookie, aby zapewnić najlepszą jakość korzystania z Internetu. Zgadzając się, zgadzasz się na użycie plików cookie zgodnie z naszą polityką plików cookie.

Close Popup
Privacy Settings saved!
Ustawienie prywatności

Kiedy odwiedzasz dowolną witrynę internetową, może ona przechowywać lub pobierać informacje w Twojej przeglądarce, głównie w formie plików cookie. Tutaj możesz kontrolować swoje osobiste usługi cookie.

These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off in our systems.

Technical Cookies
In order to use this website we use the following technically required cookies
  • wordpress_test_cookie
  • wordpress_logged_in_
  • wordpress_sec

For perfomance reasons we use Cloudflare as a CDN network. This saves a cookie "__cfduid" to apply security settings on a per-client basis. This cookie is strictly necessary for Cloudflare's security features and cannot be turned off.
  • __cfduid