27 June 2016
Articles for this issue
- Share the Experience Photo Contest
Share the Experience Photo Contest
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is now a participating agency in the Share the Experience Photo
Contest! The contest provides an opportunity for amateur photographers to share their
experiences by submitting inspiring photos of the nations federal recreation lands, national
parks, forests, waterways and historical and cultural sites. Photographs must be taken between
January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2016 and contest entries are accepted from April 28, 2016 to
December 31, 2016. Winners will be announced Spring 2016.
About Share the Experience
- Contest site and official rules: www.SharetheExperience.org
- 16th annual contest, started by the National Park Foundation in conjunction with the Federal
Recreation Lands Pass Program
- Winning image is featured on the America the Beautiful The National Parks and Federal
Recreation Lands Annual Pass
- More than 15,000 photo entries in 2015 with more than 650,000 photo views
- Provides an opportunity for amateur photographers to share their experiences by submitting
inspiring photos of the nations federal recreation lands, national parks, forests, waterways and
historical and cultural sites
- Encourages people to get outdoors and enjoy their public lands
- Contest Guidelines - http://www.SharetheExperience/guideline
- Weekly winners will be posted at www.SharetheExperience.org
- Adventure & Outdoor Recreation
Share photos of your favorite activities and adventures on federal lands across America's Great
Outdoors camping, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, kayaking, skiing, climbing, riding, etc.
- Historical & Cultural
Inspire with images depicting historical locations and cultural events from national historical
sites and monuments to cultural celebrations on federal lands
- Scenic, Seasons & Landscapes
Capture scenic vistas and sweeping landscapes - fall foliage, forests, winter wonderlands,
flowers, mountains, deserts, canyons, lakes, beaches, rivers and more.
- Every Kid In A Park
In conjunction with First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move Outside! initiative, Every Kid in a
Park encourages kids and families to be active and explore America's Great Outdoors. Launched
in 2015, the initiative strives to connect kids with natural resources and create the next
generation of visitors, advocates, and supporters of our public lands.
Take a walk on the wild side with photos of wildlife on federal lands mammals, birds, insects
and reptiles. Keep your distance and stay safe!
- Night Skies
Capture the magic of a night out under the stars. Slow the shutter speed down and see what
Help encourage the public to submit photos from our lakes!
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