SCVA Launches Second Annual Fall Foliage Photo Contest

SCVA Launches Second Annual Fall Foliage Photo Contest

The Sullivan County Visitors Association is pleased to announce the launch of its second annual Fall into Fun Fall Foliage Photo Contest, where visitors and residents are invited to submit their most autumn-centric photos from around the Sullivan County Catskills. Submissions are being accepted through the SCVA’s website at http://www.scva.net/fall-foliage/fall-foliage-photo-contest/.

“Because of last year’s success, this contest has already attracted some outstanding prize contributions from Sullivan County’s business community, including ticket packages to area venues, gift certificates, locally distilled spirits, and river adventures,” said SCVA President Roberta Byron-Lockwood. “We’re pleased with the enthusiasm, and expect this year’s photo contributions to really capture our artistic landscapes, those special family moments on the lake, and those flashes of autumn beauty that make Sullivan County so unique. We’re excited to see the creative ways folks capture the season this year.”

Contest participants are encouraged to submit selfies, photos that highlight Sullivan County businesses, or local landmarks in a creative way. The Fall Foliage Photo Contest will run through Oct. 25, with the winners being announced on Oct. 28.

Photos must be taken in Sullivan County during autumn 2015, and include the location, date, and photographer’s name. Entries are limited to one photo per day.

Visit SCVA.net/Fall-Foliage to learn more about the contest, the progression of foliage color in the region, and all of the autumn adventures happening throughout the Sullivan County Catskills. New this year, the SCVA has also added VIPeeper Galleries, which are updated weekly by our region’s Leaf Peepers so that visitors can get real-time views of how the foliage is changing throughout various corners of Sullivan County.

Contributors to date include Morgan Outdoors, Catskill Distillery, Forestburgh Playhouse, NACL Theatre, Lander’s River Trips, Roscoe Beer, and Trout Town Adventures.