Photography contest

Danielson - posted Jul, 17 2013

DANIELSON- The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) is searching for inspiring photographs that celebrate life and capture the unique spirit of the region. Every year the organization produces an informative calendar with holidays, moon phases, and interesting tidbits about the history, flora and fauna of the National Heritage Corridor. For the second year, the TLGV Calendar will feature photographs submitted during the Annual Calendar Photo Contest. The TLGV Calendar is printed in color on high quality paper. The 2014 TLGV Calendar will be available through the TLGV On-Line Shop, the proceeds from which support the programs and projects of the nonprofit. A total of 13 photos will illustrate the Calendar, including a special spotlight on one chosen for the cover. Winners of the Calendar Photo Contest will be given 6 copies of the 2014 TLGV Calendar and their photo will be printed with their name and photo title. The photographer selected to illustrate the cover will also have a photo op and press release about their work, their bio printed inside the Calendar, and receive 12 copies of the 2014 TLGV calendar. Each photograph must be in color digital format, sized to 8 x 10 inches, horizontal, and at least 300 d.p.i. The subject must have something to do with the exceptional natural and cultural resources of The Last Green Valley. The photo can be a close up, long shot, aerial shot – but convey the special quality of our beautiful region. Contestants are asked to fill out one entry form per photo submitted via email. There is a limit of three entries per person. Calendar Photo Contest forms are available online at www.tlgv.org. All submissions will become the property of The Last Green Valley, Inc. Submissions are due by email no later than noon on Aug. 15, 2013. Send to Mail@tlgv.org, subject line “Calendar Photo Contest.” For more information, please call 860-774-3300 or send questions to Mail@tlgv.org, subject “Calendar Photo Contest.” The Last Green Valley is a National Heritage Corridor – the last stretch of dark night sky in the coastal sprawl between Boston and Washington, D.C. A dynamic nonprofit organization, TLGV is a steward of that special place, working to celebrate our heritage, conserve our natural resources and respect our working lands. Find Your Inspiration!


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