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Picture Plymouth Photo Contest seeks entries through Aug. 30

Post Date:08/12/2019 2:35 pm

Photo contest winning photo, titled "Property Dispute," features a turtle and a bird squaring off on a log

The grand-prize winning photograph from the 2018 Picture Plymouth Photo Contest, “Property Dispute,” was captured by Scott Mohn. Entries for this year’s contest are due Aug. 30.

The annual Picture Plymouth Photo Contest will accept through 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30.

The City of Plymouth and Plymouth Magazine, a local lifestyle publication, partner to hold the annual contest.

Photo categories include:

  • People and families
  • Community activities and events
  • Pets
  • Wildlife and nature
  • City landmarks

Submit Entries: All entries must be submitted digitally via plymouthmag.com

Each entrant must live, work or attend school in Plymouth and photos must be taken in Plymouth between Sept. 1, 2018 to Aug. 30, 2019.

A winner for each category will be selected, as well as a grand-prize winner. The grand-prize winner will receive $100. Top picks in each category will receive $50. For complete contest rules, visit plymouthmag.com.

After the contest closes, residents may visit the Plymouth Magazine website Sept. 9-30 to cast their vote for the readers’ choice winner.

Those who enter the contest may see their work in print – even if they do not win. Photos submitted to the contest will be used in city publicity, including publications, the website and social media sites. Plymouth Magazine will also publish many of the photographs.

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