Seasons of the Blue Hills Photo Contest 2017
Do you love the Blue Hills all year long? Show it by submitting a photo to the Seasons of the Blue Hills Photo Contest! Your photo could be of the animals, plants, views — or people — who benefit from the Blue Hills all year long.
You could win one of two $250 gift certificates to L.L. Bean … and be included in the Seasons of the Blue Hills calendar!
One prize will be awarded to the photographer with the photo that has the most electronic votes. Another prize will be awarded by a panel of judges.
Photo submission deadline: September 10, 5:00 pm.
Two prizes will be awarded. One prize will be awarded to the photographer whose photo receives the most electronic ‘votes’. Another prize will be awarded by a panel of judges. The prize for both winners is a $250 L.L. Bean gift certificate. Winners as well as other contestants will be featured on our website, social media and newsletter. All photos are displayed in a PowerPoint presentation at the Friends of the Blue Hills Annual Celebration and contest winners receive a free ticket to and recognition at the event. Select photos may also be included in a Friends of the Blue Hills calendar.
To enter or vote in the contest, you must complete a short online registration.
Submissions must be received by 5:00 pm September 10, 2017.
By submitting your photographs, you agree to allow FBH to use the images in the organization’s educational materials, lectures, publications and non profit promotional materials. You also give permission to FBH to submit your photo(s) to newspapers and web publications (with credit to you as the photographer). By submitting the photos and signing the submission form, you certify that the image(s) submitted were taken by you and that you have not used part or all of an image taken or owned by another individual, organization, or corporation. You also certify that you have the permission of any people who are clearly visible in the photo, especially children. FBH agrees not to transfer, license or sell reproduction rights for your photographs or use them for commercial purposes.
Photo credit: David Gouthro (Braintree)