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In observance of the Spring Equinox and the changing seasons, last month’s photo of the month theme was transformation. April 22nd is Earth Day, so April’s Photo of the Month theme will be all about places, species, and ways of life you would like to preserve for future generations.

April’s Photo of the Month Theme Is: “Preservation”

Earth Day is a worldwide celebration of the planet and the preservation of all Earth has to offer. In honor of Earth Day, we invite you to submit a photo of something you’d like to preserve and share with your children and your children’s children.

Do you have a photo of a favorite beach, camping spot, neighborhood park or perhaps a family tradition that you want to preserve? Whatever is it you want to safeguard, send us a photo and start a conversation about what is important for us to protect for future generations.

A selected photo will be featured on our next email Newsletter, plus an album of selected entries will be published on our website and Facebook page.

How to Submit Your Image

Send us your image with a 100 word (or less) caption and your full name to communications@pachamama.org or post it on our Facebook page. Just make sure that your image meets these basic specifications:

  • It is a photo
  • minimum dimensions are 560 x 560
  • maximum dimensions are 5000×5000
  • file size must be smaller than 2MG
  • image format must be .jpg or .png

The submission deadline is Wednesday, April 17th.

By submitting your image, you’ll also be giving us your permission to share it on our website and social pages, so make sure you give credit to the image owner if it is not a shot taken by you. Note that images that do not meet the specifications above may have to be edited or omitted.

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