LATE LATE TOY SHOW superstar, Sheamie Garrihy has teamed up with The Clare Echo and Wonder Photo Shop Ennis to get involved in a Christmas photography competition.

‘Through the eyes of a child’ was launched last month and gives children across Co Clare the chance to win some excellent prizes when they submit their entries.

With prizes on offer for first, second and third place, including an Instax Camera, canvas prints and vouchers for Wonder Photo Shop Ennis, there is plenty to get excited about. We are welcoming entries from all primary school children, all you have to do is send the photo to editor@clareecho.ie with the subject line ‘Wonder Photo competition’ and your child’s photo attached along with their name, age, location and school.

Fresh from bringing a smile to the nation with his appearance on The Toy Show, Sheamie paid a visit to the offices of The Clare Echo and Wonder Photo Shop where he was presented with his own Instax Camera.

Sheamie has been tasked with sending in his own photographs from his home in Kilfenora and it is expected his beloved chickens will feature.

Seven year old Sheamie will also be giving a helping hand to determine the winners. He knows a thing a do about winning competitions with this publication after he was crowned the inaugural winner of The Clare Echo’s virtual talent show in 2020.

From the minute he got his hands on his Instax Camera, Sheamie was putting a strong audition to become a photographer for The Clare Echo. Some of the images he captured in Ennis were of the ducks in the River Fergus, the surrounds of Abbey Street, photographer Tom Micks at work, his mother Caitriona Malone in conversation plus shots of staff of both The Clare Echo and Wonder Photo Shop Ennis.

A winner of the competition will be announced on December 21st.

Click here to see a full range of Instax cameras available at Wonder Photo Shop Ennis.

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