2020 Art & Photo Contest
2020: Celebrating Farms and Woodlands of the Locust Fork Watershed.
Blount County - Awesome by Nature
Enter your best photos and artwork and be eligible to win $$$.
The contest has 12 categories, and prizes for teens & adults: Winning entries - 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, range from $200 to $25. And there are 12 Business' Choice Awards (BCA), $100 each.
2. Register and take note of the transaction ID # (you will receive a registration email). If you participated in the contest and registered last year, and if you have not changed your address, email or phone, feel free to use last year's transaction ID number.
3. Submit your entries between April 1 and July 31, 2019. Details in each PDF - email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org - take art entries to the Oneonta and Blountsville Libraries.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
There are 12 categories:
Birds, raptors & Sun-basking creatures, for example: birds, hawks, ospreys, eagles, turtles, frogs, snakes, lizards, salamanders, fish.
Bugs & Butterflies, for example: bees, butterflies, centipedes, dragonflies and spiders.
Pastures and crops.
Farm animals such as chickens, cows, ducks, goats, horses, rabbits, sheep, etc
Farm life people working, celebrating, cooking at a farm.
FLFR events for example: kayak trips, hikes, Kids’ Day on the River, floats, Locust Fork whitewater races, etc.
Furry creatures, for example deer, foxes, beavers, otters, rabbits.
Habitat & Seasons: covered bridges, outdoor scenes or landscapes in spring, summer, fall or winter, cliffs, rocks, caves, clouds, sky, sunsets and sunrises.
Locust Fork River or its tributaries, lakes & waterfalls, for example: Blackburn Fork of Little Warrior, Calvert Prong of Little Warrior, Dry Creek, Graves Creek, Gurley Creek, Sand Valley Creek, Inland Lake, Highland Lake, McKay Lake, Mountain Lake and Sugarland Lake.
PIN - People and/or Pets in Nature: activities along the river, lakes, its tributaries, waterfalls, or woods: bicycling, swimming, jumping, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, hiking or walking, camping, picnicking, etc
Roots & Shoots, for example: wildflowers, foliage, mushrooms, moss, other parts of plants, and trees in the wild.