FOR EVERYONE. FOREVER.
The Bainbridge Island Land Trust is looking for
photographers to help create a community photo album to celebrate their
25th anniversary of land conservation on the Island. Dedicated to preserving natural, open
Island spaces, BILT has acquired much of the land for some of the
most popular parks and trails as well as preserved privately-held
natural landscapes for future generations.
Photographers of all kinds are welcome to contribute their
favorite shots of landscapes and details of Land Trust-related properties.
There are no age restrictions, and photos taken on professional equipment and
amateur smart phone shots are equally welcome. Digitally altered pictures are
also fine so long as they still convey something about the real appearance of
the landscape. Especially welcome are pictures of people enjoying these
spaces. Shots of individual plants, birds, and other animals are also
The locales to be featured in this scrapbook are accessible
through the trails at Gazzam Lake, the Peters Property, the Close Property,
the Grand Forest West, Grand Forest East, the Hilltop, Pritchard Park, Meigs
Farm Park, Hawley Cove Park, Ted Olsen Park, Rockaway Beach Park, and Blakely
Harbor Park. Individual landowners with BILT conservation easements may
also submit photographs of their own properties if they wish. Submissions should be in JPEG format, but not otherwise
compressed or shrunk, and sent using the Photo Album form on the BILT Web site:bi-landtrust.org/photos/. On that page is a list of the properties and a map
showing their locations.All acceptable photos will be mounted soon after they are
submitted on the BILT Photo Album page at www.facebook.com/biltphotos.
Contributors grant the Bainbridge Island Land Trust
nonexclusive rights to use their photos in BILT publications and for other BILT
publicity. Contributors retain all other rights to their work.