September 8, 2003
SUMMER MAY BE FADING, BUT PFBC PHOTO
CONTEST IS IN FULL SWING
Fall Fishing and Boating Shots Perfect for Photography Competition
Summer may be fading fast, but there is still plenty of time to participate in the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission's annual amateur photography contest. In fact, a winning shot may already be in your camera, waiting to be developed.
Do you have a great shot of your granddaughter beaming from ear to ear with her first fish? Have you captured the magic of morning mist rising from the local lake? What about paddlers skillfully navigating a series of rapids? If not, grab your gear and hit the water. Shots like those - and others - could be just the pictures the judges are looking for.
To enter, amateur photographers
may submit original works taken in Pennsylvania that illustrate the beauty
of the Keystone State's fishing, boating, and aquatic resources. Images may
be entered in one of five categories: seasonal fishing/boating, family
fishing/boating, young anglers/boaters, fishing/boating resources and
reptiles/amphibians/aquatic invertebrates. Applicants are limited to a
maximum of two entries per category.
Contest winners will receive a set of limited edition PFBC patches. Winning photographs may be featured in Pennsylvania Angler & Boater Magazine, the Keystone State's Official Fishing and Boating Magazine, on the Commission's web site, and in publications and exhibits.
Entries must be received on or before December 31, 2003.
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