Alabama outdoor photo contest open
The Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest is now accepting entries through Oct. 31, 2018. The contest is a joint project between the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Alabama Tourism Department and the Alabama Bicentennial Commission. The photo contest is open to state residents and visitors alike, but qualifying photos must have been taken in Alabama.
Contest coordinator Kim Nix says a new category connects the celebration of statehood to the photo contest, which is in its 14th year. “We added an Alabama Bicentennial category this year. Photos in this category could include historical parks, forts, lighthouses, battlefields or archeological sites. Those are just some examples—it’s a broad category.
The contest is open to adults and youth. A total of 10 photos per person may be entered in the following categories:
- Alabama Bicentennial
- Birds of a Feather
- Bugs and Butterflies
- Coastal Life
- Cold-blooded Critters
- Nature-Based Recreation
- Shoots and Roots
- State Park Adventures
- Sweet Home Alabama
- Watchable Wildlife
- Young Photographer
Category explanations and additional entry information may be found at www.outdooralabama.com/photo-contest. Entry is restricted to the online upload of digital images.
The deadline for entries is October 31, 2018. First, second, third and one honorable mention will be awarded in each category. Winning images will be featured online and in a traveling exhibit across the state during 2019.
For more information, call 334-242-3151 or email Kim Nix at email@example.com.
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