"Forever Yours" Art & Photo Contest
Express yourself with images, art and photos of Robinson Woods II!
From June 1 through June 15, 2012, the Land Trust will be accepting imagery that captures the beauty of Robinson Woods II, a 63-acre iconic parcel of land along Shore Road featuring scenic wooded trails, fields, streams and ponds. Participants of all ages submitting photographs, paintings and illustrations will receive a complimentary T-shirt featuring "Robinson the Salamander" to commemorate the community support enabling this historic campaign to preserve one of Cape's most rare and beautiful properties.
Imagery will be featured on the CELT website, newsletters and Facebook page. The top twelve submissions will be transformed into note cards that the Land Trust will present to Robinson Woods II campaign contributors. Submitters of the top twelve selected images will receive a complementary note card set.
- Images - existing or to be composed - are to feature Robinson Woods II.
- A map and companion brochure displayed at the Robinson Woods Kiosk on Shore Road will easily guide visitors to the trail.
- Images may show portraits of wildlife in their natural habitat, plant life, natural landscapes or people interacting with nature.
- Images are to be the highest resolution, a minimum 8 megapixels for digital photographs and 300 dpi for scanned images.
- Photographs and paintings are to be submitted digitally on a disc at the CELT office at 330 Ocean House Rd in Cape Elizabeth or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The submission should included the submitter's name (and name of guardian, if a minor), address, phone number, email and location of the image.
- If you choose to include people in your submission, you are responsible for obtaining the necessary releases from the individuals depicted, and must be able to provide copies of those releases to CELT upon request.
- The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust may use all images entered into the contest for promotional purposes unless the contestant explicitly requests that they not be used.
The submission deadline is June 15, 2012.
About the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust
The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust permanently conserves and provides stewardship for lands cherished by the community—from shore lands to marshes, from farmlands to woodlands—for the education, use and enjoyment of these and future generations.
Founded in 1985, the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust has permanently protected over 600 acres of land in Cape Elizabeth. CELT is a member of the Maine Farmland Trust, the Maine Land Trust Network, and the Land Trust Alliance. For more information, please visit www.capelandtrust.org or call (207) 767-6054.