Submit Your Best Photos to the 2022 Essex Heritage Photo Contest!

Entry Submission Deadline: December 16, 2022

Photographers get snapping! All photographers are invited to participate in the 2022 Essex Heritage Photo Contest by submitting images that best capture the spirit of the Essex National Heritage Area. The submission deadline is December 16, 2022. Photographs must have been taken between January 1 and December 16, 2022, and assigned to one of four contest categories to be eligible to win. The categories for 2022 are: “Downtown”, “New Encounters”, and “Splash of Color”, as well as a Youth category for ages 5-17. Young photographers of all skill levels are invited to submit photos taken anywhere in Essex County such as parks, beaches, downtowns, farms or wherever exciting shots can be found. Category descriptions and detailed instructions on how to apply can be found on the Essex Heritage website at essexheritage.org/photocontest.

Sponsored by the Essex Heritage, North Shore Bank, DeIulis Brothers Construction, Groom Construction, Geller Micro Analytical Laboratory, Merrimack Valley Planning Commission, SEE Shore Photography, and Ipswich River Watershed Association, the 2022 Essex Heritage Photo Contest will award up to 12 prizes to photographers: one Grand Prize winner, a Youth Category winner, a People’s Choice award, and a first, second, and third prize winner in each of the other three contest categories. The award-winning photographs will be exhibited at the National Park Service Visitor Center in Salem (2 New Liberty Street, Salem, MA).

Experience inspiration through your lens and share your vision of why the Essex National Heritage Area is like nowhere else! Visit essexheritage.org/photocontest to learn more about the 2022 Essex Heritage Photo Contest and to download an entry form.

About Essex Heritage and the Essex National Heritage Area Essex Heritage is the non-profit organization that manages the Essex National Heritage Area by developing programs that enhance, preserve and encourage recreation, education, conservation and interpretation projects on Boston’s North Shore and the Lower Merrimack River Valley. The Essex National Heritage Area comprises the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, MA. For more information, visit EssexHeritage.org or call (978) 740-0444.

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