Partnership For Delaware Estuary Accepting Schuylkill Shots Photo Contest Entries

The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary Friday announced it is now accepting entries for the Schuylkill Shots Photography Contest from July to August 31.

Photos should be taken in areas where the Schuylkill River or related streams flow — Berks, Chester, Montgomery and Schuylkill counties, and part of Philadelphia.

Photo submissions will be judged in the following categories:

-- Wild & Scenic: Highlight the scenic beauty and wildlife thriving in the Schuylkill;

-- Splash of Fun: People recreating within, or around, the Schuylkill;

-- Urban Waters Environment: Highlight creeks, streams, and rivers in cities and towns that border the Schuylkill; and

-- People’s Choice: People will vote and choose their favorite photos from each of the above categories.

There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner for each of the three contest categories, and one “People’s Choice” winner from each category.

Anyone of any age, from anywhere can submit up to six photos.

Click Here to download the contest details.

More information will be posted on the Schuylkill Action Network’s Facebook page under Photo Contest.

For more information on the programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Partnership for the Delaware EstuaryClick Here to sign up for regular updates from the Partnership, Like the Partnership on Facebook, Follow them on Twitter, Join them on Instagram or Subscribe to their YouTube ChannelClick Here to support the Partnership’s work.


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