- Forest, Creeks, and Wetlands- Farms- People in Nature- Wildlife and Wildflowers
Three other rules to note:
1. The photo must be taken in Indiana by an amateur photographer.
2. This year, we're challenging people to take photos on land that is protected and open to the public - including state parks, state and national forests, Oak Heritage Conservancy nature preserves, etc. If you're looking for a natural area to visit and take photos, check out our map of nearby parks! It's okay to submit a photo taken anywhere in Indiana, but we hope you will go to a park or preserve to take photos! Indiana has some incredible natural beauty and natural areas - if you know where to look. We don't want our natural areas, preserves, and parks to be a secret. We want everyone to know about these community resources and utilize them! The photography contest is a good excuse to get outside into our protected natural areas!
3. Deadline to enter is October 27, 2017.
To apply, simply fill out this short form and upload your photo. If you have any problems uploading your photo, email email@example.com.
Our judges will select winners in November and we will exhibit the winners this winter - look for an online exhibit and a traveling, in-person exhibit, too! Details to come on our photo exhibit venues. The twelve photos selected for our traveling exhibit will be blown up and mounted; winning photographers will receive their photo as a prize.
This contest and exhibit are supported by the Indiana Arts Commission. Many thanks to the IAC for making the arts come alive in southeast Indiana.
Our partner for the exhibit and contest is George Rogers Clark Land Trust, a community group that focuses on protecting working farmland in southern Indiana. Many thanks to the Board of GRCLT for all of their hard work making this contest and exhibit a reality!