PHOTO CHALLENGE | Turn your fall photo into a pumpkin latte!

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus

Do you enjoy taking pictures of fall colors and festivities? If so, this photo challenge is for you!  

Fall provides that last bright burst of color before the gray of winter; TC Daily Planet wants to see you capture and share the colorful fall scenery in your community for our Fall Photo Challenge! Just send in a photo that reflects the beauty of the season to you. Use your imagination and above all else, have fun! Then check back November 3 to see your photo displayed on the site. 

How to Enter the Challenge:

  • Share your photo by tagging it with #tcdpic on Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, or Twitter— OR e-mail it to editor [at] tcdailyplanet [dot] net, between October 22, 2013 and November 3, 2013 to be eligible to win a $15 gift certificate to a local/independent coffeehouse in your neighborhood.
  • Only one photo counts as a drawing entry, but feel free to share multiple photos. Include your full name, city, and title of your photo (if you have one)
  • TCDP staff will not be eligible for the photo drawing, but all freelance contributors and photographers are eligible
  • The drawing will be held Friday, November 8 and the winner will be notified via email

Also, make sure to check our fall and Halloween event listings for possbile photo opportunities!  The slideshow above features a few photos to help get the ball rolling!

See: Fall Photo Challenge entries: a feast for the eyes to view photos submitted for this challenge.







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Paige Elliott

(paigeelliott [at] tcdailyplanet [dot] net) Paige Elliott was born and raised in south Minneapolis. She currently works as an Editoral Assistant with the Daily Planet, with emphasis on visual storytelling.