Photo Scavenger Hunts

Featured Scavenger Hunt: True Black Brandywine tomato

By Shelley Pierce | September 18, 2017
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Featured Scavenger Hunt: True Black Brandywine tomato

by Shelley Pierce September 18, 2017

Featured Scavenger Hunt: True Black Brandywine tomato

By Shelley Pierce | September 18, 2017

Join Gardening Know How on a scavenger hunt! All you need is a camera and this handy list of scavenger hunt items to choose from. Enter as many open scavenger hunts on the list as you wish. Each scavenger hunt on the list is active and accepting submissions unless marked as ‘CLOSED’. It is at the discretion of Gardening Know How to mark a Scavenger Hunt Item as ‘Closed’ once they have received a photo that, in their judgment, best meets the criteria for that item and meets a standard of quality suitable for web publication. The list will be continually updated with new scavenger hunt items to seek, so keep checking back!

HOW IT WORKS

Every week we will be featuring one scavenger hunt from the list on our blog. This week’s featured scavenger hunt is for a ‘True Black Brandywine Tomato’ which will be featured on a the article, ‘History Of Black Brandywine Tomato Plants’. Once you have set your sights on a True Black Brandywine Tomato, photograph it and share it with us hash-tagged #GKHpichunt via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! If you do not participate in social media networks, you may also e-mail the photo to questions@gardeningknowhow.com with the subject line “Scavenger Hunt”. All submitted photos will be featured in our Facebook ‘Scavenger Hunt Contest Submissions” photo album.

The photographer ultimately chosen in each scavenger hunt category will receive a $25 gift certificate to one of the following five seed retailers of their choice: Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company, Burpee, Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Jung Seed or Seed Savers Exchange! In addition, the chosen photos will be featured, and credited, in an upcoming article on the Gardening Know How website!

THE RULES

  • Photo submissions must be original and the submitting photographer must hold all rights to the work. Originality of photos will be verified by Gardening Know How.
  • Photographers must have explicit permission from any people whose faces are recognizable in their photographs.
  • Multiple photo submissions are allowed provided each photo is unique.
  • Photographers retain copyright in their submitted work.

GOOD LUCK & HAPPY HUNTING!

 

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