PA Parks & Forests Foundation Through The Seasons Photo Contest Accepting Entries

The PA Parks and Forests Foundation is now accepting entries for its 2017 Through The Seasons Photo Contest.  The deadline for entries is September 7.

The annual PPFF photo contest is asking for your photos that capture all that is special and the memories that are made in our state parks and forests. The contest offers the chance for professional and amateur photographers to vie for supremacy in a variety of categories.

This year we are adding a new category, A Bit of Whimsy, to let your sense of humor rule the day. Also, back by popular demand is the Dogs in the Outdoors category.

The 2017 categories include: A Bit of Whimsy; Dogs in the Outdoors; Fun in the Outdoors; Nature’s Colors; and Young Photographer.

Prizes are awarded to three photographs from each category, as well as Best In Show, Critics’ Choice and People’s Choice.

The photographs entered can be featured on PPFF’s website,Facebook page,newsletter, and in other communications.The photographs may be showcased in our photo gallery tour which takes place at several locations across the Commonwealth.

For all the details, visit the PPFF Through The Seasons Photo Contest webpage.

For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Foundation,  Like them on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter.

(Photo: 2016 People’s Choice Best In Show: Kyle Yates, Cook Forest State Park.)


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[Posted: Feb. 27, 2017]


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