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Susquehanna Photo Gallery
September 28 - October 31Free
The Susquehanna Greenway Traveling Gallery showcases the winning images from the annual Susquehanna Greenway Photo Contest, Treasured Landscapes and River Towns of the Susquehanna. Each year the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership hosts a free photo contest as a way of showcasing and inspiring connections between communities and the Susquehanna River and Greenway. Winning images from the 6th and 7th annual contest will be on display at Columbia Crossing River Trails Center through the end of October 2018.
The 7th Annual Photo Contest drew entries from all across Pennsylvania. All Entries are located within the Susquehanna Greenway Corridor. Entries were presented anonymously to a panel of five judges, and evaluated based on composition, technical quality, and adherence to the category theme. This year’s contest categories included Treasured Landscapes, Treasured River Towns, Susquehanna Adventures, and a Youth Category for young photographers under 18 years old.
Enjoy views of the Susquehanna all year long with the 2019 Photo Contest Calendar. Each month showcases one of the stunning winners of the 7th Annual Susquehanna Greenway Photo Contest. The beautiful 2019 photo calendar, will be on sale for $10 on SGP’s website starting mid October www.susquehannagreenway.org/calendar. All funds raised through the sale of the calendars will go directly to the 2019 Photo Contest and traveling gallery.
About the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership:
The Susquehanna Greenway Partnership is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the Susquehanna Greenway, which is a network of conserved lands, trails, and communities that runs along the Susquehanna River within Pennsylvania. Our mission is to envision, create and sustain a greenway along the Susquehanna River, to highlight River Towns, and to enhance the lives of current and future generations. We work toward our mission through the implementation of our three program areas: Trails (both land and water), River Towns, and Education & Outreach.