2019 Honorable Mention “A Moment of Reflection” by Andrew Valencia Yan

Show off your imagery, get noticed and win cash prizes for your photo skills. Deadline is extended to March 30th.

SF Peninsula photographers of all ages and skill levels who live, work or attend school within the 650 area code are invited to submit entries for six different visual categories:

  • Humor
  • Portraits
  • The Natural World
  • Moments
  • Abstract
  • Travel

Click here for full information on rules and entry guidelines

Clockwise from top left: 2019 Youth Travel winner: “Amer Fort” by Sahana Singh; 2019 Adult Nocturnal winner: “Pristimantis Rain Frog On Leaf” by Geoffrey Brooks; 2018 Moments Winner: “Reunited” by Paige Parsons; 2019 Honorable Mention “Giant Clam” by Joel Simon.

Each category offers Adult and Youth divisions. Winning photos and those selected for exhibition will be displayed at the Palo Alto Art Center from May 19 to June 21, 2020. A reception for the winners will be held at the Palo Alto Art Center on May 21, 2020.

Winning photos will also be displayed in the Palo Alto Weekly and on The Six Fifty. Top winners will receive cash prizes for their work.

Deadline is extended March 30th

At top: 2018 Best in Show and Travel Winner: “Beautiful Chaos” by Dan Fenstermacher; Lower Row, From left: 2019 Honorable Mention: “The Fundamentals of Baseball” by Jennifer Fraser; Best in Show / Natural World Winner: “Seagull Side-Eye” by Debbie Cooper; Youth Nocturnal winner: “Oh So Shiny and Bright” by William Sawrey.

See galleries of past winners here:

2018 Peninsula Photo Contest Winners

2019 Peninsula Photo Contest Winners

2019 Honorable Mention “Reflections on a Rainy Night” by Andrew Valencia Yan

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