Third Annual Nature & Farm Photo Exhibit
What’s the Indiana that you imagine when you close your eyes?
That was the prompt for this year’s Farm & Nature Photo Contest. Amateur photographers submitted over 270 photos. Every photo was taken in Indiana. Together, these photos show what we all love about southern Indiana: A sky full of stars. A kayaker on a quiet creek. Kids playing on the farm. Owls and eagles and songbirds. An orange sunset over an old barn. A woods, ablaze in fall color. A monarch butterfly landing on wildflowers.
These are the pieces of Indiana that we all want to see flourish and grow – the things worth protecting and stopping to enjoy.
Our judges narrowed the field to about 40 winning photos – but now we need your help!
Vote for a Grand Prize Winner by clicking here. The photos will also be on display throughout southern Indiana this winter. You can see the photos and vote in person – we’ll have details about these events soon.
The Grand Prize Winner will receive a free membership to Oak Heritage Conservancy.
The contest is sponsored by Oak Heritage Conservancy and George Rogers Clark Land Trust, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission. OHC and GRCLT help landowners in southern Indiana protect their farmland and natural areas for future generations.
2018 Photo Contest Winners – – Click Here to Vote for a Grand Prize Winner!