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Forest Photo Contest 2018!


Forest Photo Contest 2018


December is now upon us, and that means 2018 is coming to an end. Whether you're still finishing up leftover turkey or just waiting for 2018 to be over, it's time to look forward to the next year. But wait! The fourth annual Forest Photo Contest is here to spice up the last month of the year!

Here's what you need to know:

🌲 We have four categories this year:

  • Trees (this category is permanent each year)

  • Night

  • Earth - Stone, dirt, and the stuff we stand on

  • Man-made Nature - Nature purposefully shaped or created by humans

🌲 You may submit up to 12 photos total. You may choose how to divide those among the different categories, but please do not submit more than 12.

🌲 Please post your photos in the appropriate thread on our forums, located Linkhere. You may also submit photos in a telegram to Mount Seymour.

🌲 The photos must be taken by you, but can be taken at any time (not just during the contest).

🌲 Anyone in Forest or in a region which has an embassy with Forest may submit photographs for the Contest.

🌲 Timing:

  • Submissions will be open from December 1 at 03:00 GMT (10:00pm Nov 30 EST) to December 23rd at 23:59 GMT.

  • Voting will begin on December 23rd at 23:59 GMT and end December 31st at 23:59 GMT, so that we will select the winners in the first minutes of 2019!

🌲 Voting will take place on a Google Form. Needless to say, please no puppeteering!

🌲 The photographers with the top three photographs in each category will have their photos acknowledged on our RMB and on our World Factbook Entry. A banner will also be created with a collage of the top photos to applaud the winners, and participants in the competition will be encouraged to add it as their nation's custom banner. Forest's flag will also be changed to the 1st place photos in each category for a week after the Contest.

Now it's time to head out and start photographing! Good luck to everyone!

Any questions about the Contest should be directed to Mount Seymour or Turbeaux.