Photos sought for 50th anniversary contest

Amateur photographers are invited to capture and share photos


Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) is continuing its 50th anniversary celebrations with a photo contest that runs from Friday, Sept. 1, until midnight on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

The contest features the chance to win prizes, including an Android TV 4K Media Player Streaming Box for the first-place winner.

Amateur photographers are invited to capture and share photos that depict local landscapes and scenery.

Submitted photos that meet the criteria will be posted on the TNRD’s 50th anniversary Instagram page (@TNRD50), where viewers can help select contest winners.

Photographs must have been taken within the boundaries of the TNRD.

Only photos representing nature, landscape and scenery will be accepted – photos with identifiable individuals or businesses will not be eligible.

Photos can be in colour or in black and white.

The contest is open to all residents of the TNRD.

For full rules and more information, go to Sought for 50th Anniversary Contest.

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