Stan­dard to host weekly photo con­test

The Standard (Elliot Lake) - - LAW — OPP BEAT -

on Nov. 15, The stan­dard, in con­junc­tion with the Palace Theatre 2 in blind river, will in­tro­duce a photo con­test called ‘North shore out­doors.’

The weekly photo con­test is for pic­tures taken in The stan­dard’s cov­er­age area, which runs from massey and sag­amok an­ishin­abek First Na­tion to iron bridge.

The photo must be dig­i­tal and be an out­door scene in this area. The re­gion has a mas­sive amount of fan­tas­tic scenery and hid­den gems. The pho­tos could in­clude wildlife, an out­door scene, even peo­ple hav­ing a pic­nic in the back­ground, as along as the em­pha­sis is on the scene, not the peo­ple.

When the photo was taken does not mat­ter. it could be 15 years old or more, but it must be the ama­teur pho­tog­ra­pher who ac­tu­ally took the pic­ture who sends it in. The pho­tog­ra­pher must say where and when the photo was taken.

The win­ner of the week’s con­test will have their pho­to­graph and name printed in The stan­dard, as well as on our web­site at www. el­liot­lake­ each Thurs­day.

The week’s win­ner will re­ceive two tick­ets to the Palace Theatre 2 in blind river, re­deemable at any time, not nec­es­sar­ily that week’s fea­ture at the theatre.

alex solomon, owner of Palace Theatre 2 in blind river, says “We’re happy to be able to par­tic­i­pate in the con­test.

“and it gives peo­ple the op­por­tu­nity to sub­mit pic­tures of this area that they find in­ter­est­ing.”

he adds that the scenery in the re­gion is ex­cel­lent.

“i wake up to some of the most beau­ti­ful sun­rises ev­ery morn­ing,” solomon says, whose house over­looks lake huron.

email the pho­to­graphs to The stan­dard at km­c­sh­ef­frey@post­ .

Please in­clude your name and photo num­ber.

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