New Hampshire ToDo Photo of the Month Contest!
Do you have a photo taken in New Hampshire that you’re proud of?
Each month, our editorial staff selects the photo
that best captures the essence, heritage, or adventure of New Hampshire.
The photo is always published on page 80.
The winner is sent a family four-pack of general admission tickets to the Currier Museum of Art. (Not to mention the fact that your photo will be seen by the thousands of NHToDo readers!)
Here’s a few samples from past issues…
Bartlett after a snow storm with the setting sun.
Photo by Bruce Skinner of Carver, Mass.
Three recently hatched Monarch butterflies.
Photo by Dennis Pratt of Troy, NH
A nice warm spring day for low tide bare-footing at Hampton Beach. The buoys and traps came in from the recent new moon which caused a monster high tide.
Photo by Fred Hall of Portsmouth, NH
Autumn peaking in Tamworth.
Photo by Diane Godbout of Laconia, NH
Photos should be a minimum of 6″ by 4″ at 300 dpi resolution.
Send your photo with a short description and your name and mailing address to:
Snapshot of the Month
PO Box 586, Londonderry, NH 03053
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor’s Note: If possible, please do include some information about the camera and any special settings used. We may begin to publish this information as many readers
have asked for it.