Wanted: Your photos of Pinal County Landscapes

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Three large pelicans were spotted at the Kearny Lake Saturday morning. They may have been disappointed not to find any fish in the lake. Photo by James Carnes

Three large pelicans were spotted at the Kearny Lake Saturday morning. They may have been disappointed not to find any fish in the lake. Photo by James Carnes

  Outdoor enthusiasts are sought by the Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee to share their landscape photo captures taken in Pinal County. These photos could win you valuable prizes and recognition of your talent

  Established in 2007, the Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee’s purpose is to assist Pinal County’s implementation of their Open Space &  Trails Master Plan by promoting the value of existing and planned parks and trails, public lands and open space;  and, influencing stakeholders and landholders to plan for and provide an interconnected system of same, county wide.

  The photo contest rules, in brief are as follows: By submitting an entry, each contestant agrees to the rules of the contest. Anyone who has a passion for Pinal County and its wide open spaces and trails may participate. Entry will be a photo of outdoor landscapes taken somewhere in Pinal County and must be submitted to the Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee Facebook page.  Facebook submissions must include the name of photographer, location photo was taken and date photo was taken, If photographer is a minor under the age of 18, the child’s legal guardian must submit the entry and include the child’s age. Judging will be conducted by the Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee. Photos will be judged on content and Facebook Likes. Winner will be chosen by a combination of judging and total of Facebook Likes.
  For full contest rules, visit the Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee Photo Contest/Group Facebook page “Files” folder.  The contest photo album can be found here.

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