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Texas Hill Country photo contest to show beauty and change or region

The 2021 grand prize-winning photograph, 'Winter Soul' by Andy Heatwole. Image courtesy of Hill Country Alliance

Take a "Snapshot of the Hill Country" in the Hill Country Alliance's 16th annual photo contest. Entries are due May 31 on the alliance's website. Photographers of all ages and skill levels, including professional, are invited to participate. Winners will receive cash prizes, and their photos will appear in the alliance's 2023 calendar.

This year’s photo contest challenges photographers to share their view of the fragile resources, growing communities, and persistent beauty of the Texas Hill Country, according to an HCA media release. Contestants are encouraged to capture images of the region’s breathtaking vistas, clear waters, starry night skies, and close-knit communities that they want to protect forever as well as snapshots of change — impacts of growth, contrast between old and new — and the diversity of the landscape and people.

Then, submit the photos easily and quickly online. Winning photographs will be featured in the annual Texas Hill Country Calendar, which features stunning images from each year’s contest. The Hill Country Alliance is a nonprofit organization with the mission of raising awareness for and building community support around the need to preserve the natural resources and heritage of the Central Texas Hill Country. Visit hillcountryalliance.org for more information.

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