Spartanburg Water holds photo contest for calendar

Win a cash prize and see your photos in our upcoming calendar. Spartanburg Water needs your photos. We are running a photo contest for our 2017-2018 Annual Report Calendar. We will choose 25 winning photos, one for each month, and the best will be used on the calendar’s cover.

 

Prizes are:

Cover photo – $300.00

Each month – $100.00

 

Whether you are a professional or just love photography as a hobby, you are invited to enter this contest. Photos should be scenes from the Spartanburg County area with a focus on water, to help us highlight the beauty of our area.

 

All photos must be in horizontal (landscape) format to coincide with the calendar layout. Also, please send images taken with at least a 3-megapixel camera. Send the highest resolution possible and do not downsize your photo before submitting. There is no limit to how many photos you can enter, but no photos submitted after the May 15 deadline will be considered.

 

Winners will be announced in June. All entries must include your name, address and telephone number, as well as the location where the photo was taken.

-Submitted by Lisa Oliphant

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