“They say a picture is worth a thousand words. What better way to showcase the natural beauty of the Kemptville and North Grenville area than with a photo contest that celebrates the area`s history, culture and natural beauty?” said Kemptville Meadows Project Manager Fred Heller, announcing the start of the contest. “We already know this is a great place to live and play; now everyone will be able to see what makes this community so special.”
Open to amateur photographers, the Falling for Kemptville photo contest gets under way September 27. Each entry is allowed a maximum of three photos and eligible subject matter includes Nature, Downtown Kemptville, Festivals and Events, Sports and Pastimes. Digital files should be at least 600 pixels wide for horizontal images or 600 pixels tall for vertical images at 72 dots per inch.
Photo entries will be judged by a panel made up of representatives from each of the three partners with Gold (Apple iPad), Silver ($500 Henry’s of Ottawa gift certificate)
“This is one of the prettiest times of year – the ideal time for photographers to put their best foot forward for a chance to win wonderful prizes provided by our sponsors,” added Heller.
To enter Falling for Kemptville, simply e-mail your best photo(s) – no more than three per entry, one entry per household – along with your Name, Phone Number, E-mail and Full Mailing Address to: photocontest@
To view the complete Falling for Kemptville Contest Rules and Regulations, visit www.kemptvillemeadows.ca. In addition to Kemptville Meadows, Henry’s camera store of Ottawa and Kemptville EMC, the photo contest is supported by the North Grenville Economic Development and local camera clubs.
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