Announcing the winners of our 13th Annual Photo contest, themed: Faces & Places! The 2013 contest celebrated the faces and places we see on our public lands. Entrants shared their favorite places and the people they spent time with at these special spots. Interested in the 2014 Photo Contest? Details will be announced soon.
Prizes included trail gear from REI and entrants may have their work featured on our website, in promotional materials and more.
This contest is closed. View the 2013 photo contest winners here. Interested in entering the next contest? Details will be announced in Fall 2014.
Three (3) photographers (ages 14 years of age and up) will be awarded prizes packages, with all merchandise from REI, as follows:
- First Place: hiking prize pack with backpack, binoculars, trekking poles and more (approximate value $420).
- Two Runners up: trail walk prize pack with binoculars, trekking poles, a trail chair and more (approximate value $260).
All prizes were generously donated by REI, our 2013 Photo Contest Sponsor:
- Take a photo of the faces and places you see on a public land site. Photos must include people. And if any wildlife friends happen to sneak into your photo, that's okay too!
- All visible individuals in the photos, must sign a media release form. Download and print extra copies here.
- Submit your photo(s) via a Wufoo entry form by clicking here. After clicking the link, you will be redirected to the Wufoo website.
- Need ideas of images to shoot? Check out 2013 winners by visiting the multi-media gallery. Additional entries to our 2013 contest and prior years are on the NPLD Flickr site.
- Questions? Contact us at [email protected] or (202) 261-6479.
No purchase necessary. All contest participants must be residents of the U.S. and meet all eligibility requirements. Void where prohibited. Click here for complete rules.
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