Contest: figure out the National Parks Photo Spots series and win a print
As regular readers know, I am posting a weekly series about the US National Parks: each week, I write about a different National Park. I pick a specific location in this park that I find particularly interesting, and with great photographic potential.
Since there are currently 58 US National Parks, we have reached the mid-way point of that National Parks Photo Spots series. In addition to the post of this week (delayed by one day, to Friday), I am marking this point with a contest.
The first reader to (a) identify the logic behind the order of the parks in the series, and (b) predict the park in the next posting (#31), will receive a free 12×18 print of his choice. Those prints are issued in editions of only 25 and represent a $350 value.
To participate, simply email me (QTL at terragalleria.com) your answer to both questions. The contest will be open for one week only, until the actual posting of #31, at which time I will announce the winner (if any). Good luck !
Also, if you have any suggestions for the second half of the series, please feel free to leave them here as well.
PS: The initial version of the contest was to guess #30, however Larry Gebhardt has pointed to me that a draft of #30 Voyageurs National Park had appeared in the past in the RSS feed – as a result of hitting the wrong keys. Also, initially , I asked for answers to be posted, but then realized it didn’t make sense for them to be public.