The Morris County Board of Freeholders would like to thank county residents who participated in the county’s first-ever photo contest — “Winter 2018 Scenes in Morris County.” There were many terrific entries, with so many county residents showing off their obvious, talents!
The contest encouraged participants to showcase Morris County’s quality of life and spaces and places. Winners were chosen from more than 180 entries by a special six-person panel. We would tell you that the choices were not easy, and there was lively debate before the winners were chosen. Winning photos may be used in County of Morris communication pieces and on county websites or newsletters.
Thank you for entering!
Enter Morris County’s photo contest for a chance to have your photo in county communications projects and online throughout the year. Everyone is welcome to participate!
Photos may be of any age and must be taken somewhere in Morris County. Winning photos may be used in County of Morris communication pieces and on county websites or newsletters.
The photo contest encourages citizen involvement and showcases Morris County’s quality of life and spaces and places.
This winter, we want to see beautiful photos of winter scenes in Morris County! They can be taken in any location – a town center, a County park, or anything in-between.
This contest ran from January 2 – 31, 2018. We will post the results on this website, as well as a Facebook gallery. First, second, and third place winners (and honorable mentions!) will be notified.
Note: Photos must be taken within Morris County!
Morris County will name a first, second, and third prize winner of the Winter 2018 Photo Contest. Winners’ photos will be featured on our website, Facebook and Twitter! Photos may also be used for county communications in the future.
Due to volume, only winners will be notified.
By submitting a photo to Morris County, you are giving the County permission to use said photo in the County’s communications, including the website, our e-newsletter, and social media. You will be given credit for the photo whenever possible.
Note: Any identifiable people in winning or honorable mention photos must sign a release form, or if under 18 years of age a parent/guardian must sign a release form in order for the photo(s) to be eligible for use in county communication projects.