What Do The Great Outdoors Look Like To You? Submit your best photo for publication!
For most Americans, the turn of winter brings on memories of first snowfall, frosted foliage and rooftop icicles. Though winter doesn’t have us Southern Californians walking in a winter wonderland, a summery holiday season holds its own beauty. We can stroll the streets lined with holiday lights and skate on an outdoor rink without the threat of chill. Instead of white, our winter is green, leaving plenty of opportunity to snap some beautiful photos in Nature during our Santa Clarita Winter.
If you have a breathtaking photo of our city in the great outdoors, make sure to send it in to be featured in Santa Clarita Magazine. Take your shot at photography and show us how you see winter from behind the camera lens!
To participate in our Nature Photo Contest, please email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 10. The winners will be published in the March issue of Santa Clarita Magazine.
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